Style Tips 1 year ago What To Wear To Thanksgiving That's Already In Your Closet
When it comes time for turkey, you want to be cute but comfortable.
I always struggle trying to find a happy medium between dressing up and also feeling relaxed enough to lounge on the couch after I’m stuffed. This year we are hosting a little Friendsgiving fiesta at our house which I am so excited about. I usually start my day off in a low-heeled bootie and after the turkey is served and plates are empty, I switch into my cozy flats. I want my guests to feel equally comfortable so I’m planning on providing cozy socks in different sizes for them to change into after we eat.
I love, love dressing up for Thanksgiving, but I will rarely run out and purchase a new head-to-toe outfit. Here are a few ways that I will use my pre-existing wardrobe to revamp a new look for turkey day.
Pair a collared shirt underneath a shift dress to sharpen the style and team it up with a low heeled boot for comfort, yet sophistication. You can always toss a pair of flats in your tote bag to change into after dinner.
I am all about jeans, but if you are going to wear them to Thanksgiving Day, maybe try dressing up your denim with a cute pair of pumps. Camel sweaters look trés chic with a white button-down underneath and you can toss on a cute plaid scarf to autumn-up your outfit.
There is nothing more stylish than making your outfit monochromatic this holiday season. A dark green or all gray outfit is the perfect look for turkey day. I especially love all of the stretchy knit options around - or pairing a sweater and skirt together.
If you are on a budget, the quickest way to make any ordinary outfit really pop for Fall is with a chunky scarf, plaid wrap or cape. The more oversized the better. You can pair it with almost anything in your closet.
Looking for ways to reinvent your pre-existing wardrobe? Bust out those dark spring floral dresses and throw on a long sleeve top, pair of tights and boots to wear what might feel like a retired dress option to Thanksgiving this year.
Think outside of the box when it comes to layers. An unexpected vest and dress might partner well with black skinny jeans over a long sleeve shirt. Get creative with layering up pieces you already own.