I know you might not think to pack a dress for your Thanksgiving dinner, but let’s talk about the stretch factor. No uncomfortable buttons or snaps to adjust after you’ve eaten too much, just sheer bloated bliss in an elastic and breathable waist. Not to mention, a forgiving silhouette. What’s not to love?
Keep it casual with some simple accessories- some pretty purple earrings to pick up the colors of the dress and a watch to keep track of
just how long you’ll have to endure your relatives. Just kidding. I mean, how much longer you’ll get to enjoy your relatives, the blessings they are.
Spice things up with a pair of cognac boots and boot socks. How I love the color cognac. It’s pretty much a fall staple and you can’t go wrong when you mix it with some tall boots.
Save room for that pumpkin pie!!
Thanksgiving Travel Day
It’s been awhile since I’ve done some actual fashion on the blog, so I’m taking the opportunity this week as many of you are packing for Thanksgiving trips or thinking about what to wear for family gatherings.
As I watch it snow here, I think leggings are perfectly appropriate to wear when you’re traveling, especially in inclement weather. So long as you take care to wear them with a cute sweater and booties and not a hoodie and some ratty old Uggs.
A wrap coat is very trend this winter and it looks so sophisticated. No reason not to travel in style. You will also be seeing these flannel scarves that are really more like small blankets everywhere. I confess I have one already and wear it regularly.
Don’t forget to bring the wine. 😉
Over the river and through the woods, to your holiday event we go!
Traveling can be a major pain…especially if you are going a long distance or sweating airplane travel with little ones. Keep things simple.
Start with basic comfy jeans. For climate control, try a tshirt and knit blazer. Just one step up from a sweatshirt but so many more style points.
Needing to hop out of the car a bunch? Sport this fun hoodie at the gas stations and these sneakers that weren’t meant for the 5k.
Long way left to go? Snuggle up in a warm sweater and socks. Don’t worry, the horse knows the way to carry the sleigh.
The family is all gathered and while you don’t want to be dressed up, you don’t want to look like a slouch either? Time to break out those coated jeans that you’re not sure what to do with; they’ll be perfect for Turkey Day!
Wear them casually with tshirt and scarf, make them more formal with a blouse and blazer. Or take them out with a little sparkly top and cape!
Let’s just hope on Thanksgiving…they breath! 🙂
Packing for Thanksgiving? I’ve got you covered. Take one pair of pants and I’ll give you three different looks to choose from to make any occasion your trip might throw at you easy to navigate from your suitcase.
The first look- patterned corduroys. Don’t let these comfy little numbers scare you- there are many ways to wear them! Find a tshirt with a little pattern to match or just a sweater in the same color family and you have two easy outfits. Want to dress them up? Wear a pretty little top with cardigan in a neutral.
These pants would be perfect for a family get-together, a movie run or maybe even Black Friday shopping!