Key Pieces to Wear on Thanksgiving

This year’s holidays are certainly out of the norm. While our Thanksgiving dinner might be via Zoom, that is not an excuse not to look sharp for everyone to see. Although your family might not all be gathering under one roof, who is to say you can’t spread some holiday cheer?! Call grandma, mom, dad and your long-lost cousin, bring out the wine and get ready to enjoy this beautiful time of the year.

Now that we covered the basics let’s talk fashion. As with every Thanksgiving celebration, the key is to achieve maximum comfort and room to grow. With that said, avoid anything too tight, like bodycon dresses or jeans that fight just right. Instead, go for flowy dresses, a-line skirts, and high-waisted pants to be as comfortable as possible while looking chic.

Whether you have Boho style or opt for eclectic pieces, browse through the stylish looks below that will turn your Thanksgiving into a chic soiree without breaking the bank.

Flowy Maxi Dress
You can’t ever go wrong with a flowy maxi dress. This is the piece that allows you to eat all the turkey you want without showing the baby food. Style it with a hat and chunky heels, and you’ll be ready to conquer the Thanksgiving table.

A-Line Skirt
An a-line skirt is always one of my go-to’s when I know I will be eating lots. This type of skirt is super easy to style as you can wear it with a sweater, a blouse, or a loose tee for ultimate comfort. Pair it with booties and add a scarf as a headpiece to finish your look.

Paperbag High Waisted Pants
Paperbag waist pants have to be my favorite type of pants to wear, especially during an occasion like Thanksgiving. Wear it with a plain tee and an oversized blazer. Finish the look with your favorite pumps and a statement belt.

Sweater Dress
A sweater dress is a staple for any fall and winter attire, but the tie waist detail on this dress, makes it an excellent piece to wear to hide all the food you will consume. Dress it up with a pair of knee-length boots and layered necklaces.

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