Thanksgiving outfits for your inspiration: From casual to dressey

Thanksgiving brings with it a lot of stress, especially if you’re the one cooking, but one thing you shouldn’t be worried about is your Thanksgiving outfit.

To save you a bit of frustration down the line, I’m going to cover a variety of Thanksgiving outfits that are appropriate for the holiday, from casual to dressy. Whether you’ll be frolicking in the leaves, stuck in the kitchen, or are headed to a big family affair or just to a friend’s house, I’ve got you covered. Getting dressed has never been so easy, especially if you put a little thought into it now. (And don’t forget to leave a little wiggle room in whatever you wear to accommodate the feast of the holiday!)

Cute ThanksGiving Outfit

When it comes to casual Thanksgiving dress, opt for pants. I, personally, like jeans with just a hint of stretch, but fall always reminds of me corduroy. While you can opt for a nice dark-wash denim, both jeans and corduroy pants come in a variety of colors that are appropriate for the season: warm beige, chocolate brown, hunter green, and rust. Why not up the color factor with something fun in your Thanksgiving outfit?

You’ll want to add some layers to those pants, given the chill factor in most parts of the country this time of year. Depending on the temperature, you can opt for a turtleneck, button-down Oxford shirt, or long-sleeved t-shirt for your first layer. Top it off with a sweater or a vest. You can choose a pullover in either a crewneck or V-neck, a short or long cardigan (with or without buttons), or a vest.

If you’d rather, you can forego the sweater and rock a moto jacket, utility jacket, or a blazer. Top it all off with some panache—maybe a scarf, fun hat, or piece of statement jewelry—for a cute Thanksgiving outfit.






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