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Thanksgiving day is just around the corner and sometimes figuring out what to wear to dinner is more difficult than cooking a juicy bird. I’ll be honest, I’ve only cooked a turkey one time and tried to use an oilless fryer and I couldn’t get it to cook all the way. It wasn’t a great first impression for my first Christmas dinner. LOL
Whether you want to wear leggings to dinner, so you’re sure you have plenty of stretch for turkey and pumpkin pie or plan to get a little more dressed up for the occasion I’ve put together three outfits to cover the spectrum!
I sure hope Gibson doesn’t ever get rid of these tunics because they are by far my favorite top to pair with leggings and lot look frumpy. You can easily wear it off the shoulder to take your look up a notch and wear it as a cowl neck for a more relaxed style.
When you want to add a little va va voom to the look but still be super comfy, just grab these great over the knee boots! Here’s a great save version of the boots too!
Wearing a dress to Thanksgiving wouldn’t be what you’d normally catch me in because well #noshavenovember, but if you would wear a dress this is the best! The ruching will easily hide the fact you had an extra scoop of mashed potatoes and gravy!
Now, this is probably what you’ll find me in on Thanksgiving day. I layered a nude cami under the eyelet blouse, but it’s perfect! These are still my favorite jeans from the Anniversary Sale, along with adding a bit of flair with these flats!
For some odd reason, it has to be really cole for me to wear a jacket. Especially if I’m not going to be outside for real long. When I came by this cardigan, I knew it would be a perfect “light jacket”. It has that wool feel but goes with the warm tones of fall.
Dressy Outfit Pieces
Casual Outfit Pieces
So, what is your typical Thanksgiving Day style? I hope these helped you out, and if you’d like to see a full try on video, you can check it out here!