Happy almost Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving tends to be one of the hardest holidays to dress for, in my opinion. I always want to be comfortable (turkey coma), but put together (family pictures). I tend to lean toward pants with some stretch, and jewel tones are my absolute favorite for fall and winter. Whether your Thanksgiving will be snow covered or warm and sunny, choose some key pieces and build around them.
For warmer weather, I tend to gravitate toward short sleeves and something loose. There's nothing worse than clingy material on the one day it's okay to go back for seconds—and thirds. Since jewel tones all play so well together, I love putting a gorgeous green shirt like this Madewell blouse with wine colored corduroy pants. Add some camel colored accessories and a chunky gold necklace, and you're walking out the door with pumpkin pie in hand in no time.
Warmer Climate: Shirt | Pants | Booties | Tote | Necklace
For colder weather, a comfy, cable knit, turtleneck is a great option. They aren't too form fitting, so there's some extra room for more turkey and dressing. I love putting navy top with wine colored pants as well. Keep boots and tote in the camel color as well, then add one more pop of color with a bright emerald ring. No fuss with major comfort and warmth.
How do you spend Thanksgiving? Do you travel? Does family come to you or are you a friends giving kind of gal?
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