Thanksgiving is infinitely more enjoyable when you’re not only surrounded by great food, friends, and family, but when dressed perfectly stylish and comfortable, too. As such, we present you with some Turkey Day dressing tips you'll certainly be thankful for.
Since this day is truly the harkening of the holiday season, you’ll want to wear garb that celebrates its beautiful colors and textures. Aim for rusts, camels, burgundies, and pale golds that you can easily mix and match. Textures such as cable knits, mohair, and cashmere are enticingly warm and inviting.
Since (over) eating and drinking is inevitable, skip any snug pants or skirts to ensure you feel at ease all day and night. A shift or drop-waist dress can be sweet when paired with thick tights, while a super stretchy pair of cords or jeans can grow with you. A skirt with an elastic waist can offer just the right amount of definition, but with little to no restriction.
As the fall season can offer a day that moves from chilly to warm, it’s important to arm yourself with proper layers you can easily put on and take off throughout the day. Leave a restricting blazer or jacket behind, and instead, wear an oversized sweater that looks luxe in creams, camels, or oatmeals, and can cocoon your little full self.
Most of this holiday is spent in the kitchen cooking, cleaning, and conversing, so you’ll want to wear subtle jewelry that doesn't weigh you down, but still offers personality and thoughtfulness. A monogrammed necklace, interesting stud earrings, or stacks of skinny rings are perfect accessory choices.
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