Dressing up for Thanksgiving, or any other holiday for that matter, can be a really tricky challenge. You want to look your usual fabulous self but you also want something really cozy and comfy that will allow you to mingle and socialize. Here are 7 outfit ideas for thanksgiving this year.
- FALL PALETTE BASED OUTFIT – if you want to get comfy and cozy for Thanksgiving this year, go ahead and put together an outfit using fall’s classic colors. These include shades of brown, dark yellow and burnt oranges. This is an easy go-to outfit you can wear to the office Thanksgiving party or to any impromptu Thanksgiving party.
- COZY AND COMFY – family Thanksgiving parties always leave you stuffed so for that, you’ll want something cozy and comfy but also stylish as well. A sweater dress or a slouchy knit sweater style with one shoulder off and paired up with thick leggings is my favorite go-to look for these kinds of Thanksgiving parties because it lets me get stuffed without losing poise and sacrificing style.
- GLITZY GLAM – for a more posh look for a glitzy, ritzy Thanksgiving party, your LBD is your best friend. Simply glam it up with heels and some statement jewelry or give it a posh and sophisticated update by layering it with a fur coat on top. If the LBD is not an option, how about going for the Little Red Dress instead? it’s a much more festive option and it’s just as fabulous and chic.
- HOLIDAY CHEER – who doesn’t love the holidays? I personally look forward to this time of the year every year because it’s the most fun and I love dressing the part too. Holiday sweater, holiday colors, holiday shimmer and shine – all these make for a great Thanksgiving outfit.
- DESK TO DINNER STYLE – nobody wants to work during the holidays but some of us just have no choice. If going from desk to dinner is how Thanksgiving usually works for you, an outfit that can take you from day to night with ease is a must. I highly recommend a dressy jumpsuit that you can top off with a blazer at work and then simply take it off when you get to the party later on. A romper works, too, especially when you pair it up with knee high boots or even thigh high ones.
How do you dress up for the holidays? Do you like to lounge around the house in the comfort of your pajamas or do you go all out when it comes to glamming it up?