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What to Wear to Thanksgiving Dinner | Fashion

Can you believe it’s almost Thanksgiving?! I can’t wait to gather around with friends and family to celebrate life. The holidays are normally busy for me and the last thing I want to do is worry about what to wear.  So, I rounded up a few pieces to help you look fabulous for Friendsgiving or family time!

fashion, style, thanksgiving, fall fashion, stylist, chic, bossbabeOversized Sweater

Nothing says fall like an oversized sweater. Style this classic H&M sweater with a pair of leggings or boyfriend jeans for a day of indulging at the table. Finish the look with your favorite pair of ankle booties and a cozy scarf.

fashion, style, thanksgiving, fall fashion, stylist, chic, bossbabeFloral dress

I wore a floral print maxi last year from H&M and loved it! It was definitely a hit for brunch at Quattro. I’d recommend styling with a fedora hat and boots for a chic vogue vibe! I like this Modcloth dress. Grab it while on sale right now!

fashion, style, thanksgiving, fall fashion, stylist, chic, bossbabeKimono

Kimonos and dusters are essential items, not just for fall but any season. For a night out with friends, pop on this fun kimono from Zara with a gray tee, jeans, and peep-toe booties. Finish the look with a long pendant necklace for an extra touch of style.

This year, I will be wearing a vintage dress that belonged to my aunt. She had impeccable style and I’m so glad my Mom saw fit to pass down a few pieces from her collection. What are you wearing for Thanksgiving dinner?! Leave your comments below.

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4 Responses
  • MMM
    November 10, 2017

    I love the outfit. The hat give it the extra, ummph!

    • Stacy
      December 1, 2017

      Thanks, MMM! Had to add a little pizazz:)

  • Doris
    November 10, 2017

    Super greats ideas!!!
    Thanks for sharing

    • Stacy
      December 1, 2017

      Thanks, Doris! Hope you’re having a wonderful holiday.