Shoes: Valentinos • Jeans: Rag and Bone • Jacket: (old from White House Black Market) Similar style here • Top: Banana Republic • Watch: Michele • Bracelets: Alex & Ani • Earrings: Kate Spade • Lipstick: Rebel by MAC • Lip Liner: Vino by MAC • Ring: David Yurman
Are you hosting Thanksgiving this year? Or are you a guest at a family or friends Thanksgiving dinner? Well, I’ve got your outfit covered. With the fun festivities only 2 days away, I thought I’d provide a few tips to help you put your Thanksgiving outfit together.
Below, I’ve given a few reasons why this outfit is perfect if you’re hosting or if you’re a guest:
- The Host. We are hosting Thanksgiving this year and I AM SO EXCITED! I just love having our family over and sharing in festivities that make you reflect and be grateful for what you have. Along with that comes cooking/prepping for the big feast. I don’t know about you, but when the oven is on and the stove is heated up, I always get warm. So when it comes to wearing a cute outfit for the Thanksgiving holiday, I choose this one. For one, I can take my jacket off and simply wear my sleeveless blouse to keep me cool during cooking prep. Then once we sit and eat, I can put my jacket back on and complete my outfit.
- The Guest. When you’re a guest, you don’t have to worry about cooking (at least at the dinner destination), you may bring a bottle of wine or a side dish, but it’s already cooked prior to arriving. So you don’t have to worry about getting too warm in the kitchen. However, when I’m a guest at a dinner, I like to dress fancy but casual while being comfortable. This outfit adds a dressy style with the tweed jacket and jewelry detail, but remains casual and comfortable with flats and jeans. And if you happen to get warm at your family/friends house, you can simple take the coat off and maintain that cute outfit you were shooting for.
What will you wear on Thanksgiving?