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What To Wear To Thanksgiving Dinner

November 10, 2017

Thanksgiving is a tricky holiday when it comes to planning an outfit. After all, let's be real. The day is all about eating. Because of this, comfort is key. You want to enjoy yourself without feeling like you are about to burst at the seams, literally and figuratively. Luckily, these looks will help you feel gorgeous and cozy all day long.

 

Sweater Dress + Tights + Chunky Boots

 

Sweater dresses are one of the fashion world's best inventions. They are cozy, slouchy, and blessed with the ability to hide food babies. Throw on a trendy burgundy or forest green one over tights and add a pair of chunky block heel boots to match. 

 

 

Tunic + Leggings + Knee-High Boots

 

Instead of resorting to the leggings and hoodie combo, opt for a structured pair of leggings with built-in stretch. On top, go for a long tunic that grazes the tops of your thighs. The flattering length looks great on everyone and will have you feeling all the fall vibes. For your footwear, pick a pair of super tall boots that cover your calves. You will look polished and feel like you are wearing an upgraded version of pajamas.

 

Chunky Sweater + Scarf + Elasticated Skirt + Booties

 

Chunky knits are a closet essential this fall, and Thanksgiving is no exception. Wear a sweater in your favorite color (bonus points if it's not black) with a cozy scarf. To finish things off, add a skirt with an elasticated waist. The elastic is key! Skip the zippers and buttons to avoid pulling at the waistband throughout the day. Throw on a pair of heeled booties and you are good to go.

 

xx

Sabrina

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