Yes, Thanksgiving is a holiday about food and gratefulness. But isn’t it also the perfect opportunity to bust out your best fall gear?! I sure think so. And that’s why I’ve rounded up some outfit ideas for you to consider wearing to your Thanksgiving gathering this year. Whether it’s toasty and hot where you are (like me!), chilly, or even if you have a baby you’ll be wearing, I’ve got you covered ;)
FOR PRETTY MUCH ANYONE
A plaid shirtdress and booties is a brilliant option that will work for almost anyone, regardless of weather or body type (heck, it even works if you’re a breastfeeding mom!). I love that it has a relaxed fit (allowing room for eating dessert), and feels fall appropriate thanks to boots. If it’s pretty chilly, add a pair of tights or a big coat over this until you get to your destination.
FOR THE FASHION FORWARD
You definitely need to be comfortable with trends to wear this one, as flares are quite the statement! That being said, the statement they make is a great one—mostly that they make your legs look soooooo long. Add a cozy sweater and you’re all set.
FOR CHIC MAMAS
Are you a mom? Or are you expecting? This is my pick for you! It’s dressed up but super practical, thanks to lots of stretch in the dress.
FOR COLD WEATHER
If it’s chilly where you are, it’s all about layers! Slip a chunky sweater on over a button down with skinnies and ankle boots for a look that is perfectly fall.
FOR ULTIMATE COMFORT AND STYLE
Leggings! I’m wearing leggings! And you can, too. Opt for a thick black pair and wear it with a relaxed chambray top, blanket scarf or poncho and black boots. Basically pajamas if you ask me.
FOR JEANS AND TEES LOVERS
Put on your favorite skinnies and tee, then just add a cozy sweater and heels and you instantly look put together. Add a long necklace for an extra dose of polish.
FOR BOHO BABES
Are you a Free People/Anthro-shopping, boho-loving gal? I love this look for you. It also happens to be an extremely comfortable option thanks to the cocoon style of the dress. If it’s colder where you are, you could try a maxi dress instead and wear tights underneath to keep you warmer.
Planning to wear your baby? This soft wrap not only holds your little one tight but is also a perfect accessory to your outfit. Wear it with jeggings, a button-down (especially great if you’re still nursing), and low-heeled or flat ankle boots.
Okay now, the real question: what are you going to wear?!