thanksgiving outfit ideas


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Since we covered the food aspect of Thanksgiving yesterday {here is the post in case you missed it!} I thought it would be a good idea to talk Thanksgiving fashion for this week’s Wednesday Wishes. Today, I am sharing Thanksgiving dinner outfit inspiration, no matter how fancy your celebration is! 

For me, I am probably somewhere in between these two looks on the casual to dressy scale for Thanksgiving. The past two years have been freezing, and after running in the 5 mile Turkey Trot in the morning, all I could think about is comfort and warmth! Thankfully, we decided not to run in the race this year, so I will have a little more time to outfit plan, and I won’t be frozen! 

In the first look, I am loving this check a-line skirt — it’s definitely a multipurpose skirt that can easily be worn throughout winter. It can also be easily paired with several colors — I love it with the ivory sweater for a more conservative look, while the bright yellow jacket would add the perfect pop of color!  And with a price tag of $60, it’s hard to beat!  

For the second look, it’s all about fall colors. Doesn’t this look just scream Thanksgiving?! I have had an obsession with burgundy and shades of brown all fall and it seems that Thanksgiving is the perfect time to incorporate these colors into an outfit. Not only do these cute fringe booties look amazing with the skinny jeans, but they are perfectly on trend. Did you happen to recognize this crossbody? It was one of my favorite accessories in the bright lime green color all spring and summer, and now it’s back in stock for fall. P.S. It also comes in a fabulous pink!!!

Have you started planning your Thanksgiving dinner outfit yet? What do you typically wear for the celebration? Is it more casual or does your family dress up?

Have a wonderful Wednesday and see you tomorrow! 



20 thoughts on “thanksgiving outfit ideas

  1. I think I am with you Rachel, I am somewhere in between the two. I want to be so comfy because of all that food but I want to look chic too!! Gorgeous pieces and I hope you have a gorgeous day!

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