With Thanksgiving less than a week away, I can’t help but to think about the holidays nonstop. Celebrating with family and friends means tasty food, cheerful attitudes (most of the time at least), and pretty clothing. I always look forward to wearing festive skirts and holiday-appropriate nail polishes from November to January because let’s face it, sequins do make the cold months a little bit warmer.
In case you’re at a loss of what to wear to this year’s Thanksgiving dinner, here are a few ideas that will hopefully help.
I don’t need to tell you again—sequins are ideal for celebrations. Paired with a crisp, white button-down and classic black, suede heels, this skirt will be the highlight of the outfit without looking too overdone.
I love colorful wool pants because they are warm enough to wear during the winter months and because they can be dressed up or down. A delicate blouse and colorblock pumps pulls this outfit together, but you can easily use items in your closet to recreate this look.
For a more casual look, you can’t go wrong with a neutral sweater dress and riding boots. Add some bold jewelry and a fun coat for a pop of color.
Above all, my number one tip for dressing for the occasion is to wear a dress–or bottoms with an elastic waistband. Unless of course you plan to only have one dinner plate and skip dessert. But who would do that?
What do you like to wear during the holidays?
If you celebrate Thanksgiving, is your family’s gathering casual or formal?