15 Thanksgiving Outfits You Can Easily Score at Zara

Envision this: It's morning, you wake up, and then you find yourself staring at your closet for more time than you'd like to admit because you have nothing to wear. Sound familiar? Thought so. Whether you're in a styling drought and are tired of your usual ensembles or it's really been a while since you added some pieces to refresh your wardrobe, we understand. And now that the holiday season is around the corner, we also know you might be ready to make a splash, sartorially speaking.

In the spirit of starting celebrations on the right foot (and the right look), we rounded up 15 Thanksgiving outfits you can easily score at Zara. The large retailer is already a go-to for on-trend pieces, so with a bit of thoughtful planning, you'll not only be refreshing your wardrobe as a whole but also saving your wallet a whole lot of hurt. It's a win-win situation.

You can't go wrong with an all-over neutral look.

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Juxtapose a sweet floral dress with chunky boots.

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We're mad for checks right now, and luckily, Zara is stocked up on the print.

Red booties are your best friend this Thanksgiving.

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A pretty silk dress will also serve you well at all your upcoming Thanksgiving festivities. 

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Dress up any look with a leather jacket.

Leather not your thing? Try anything snake print instead.

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Give the sheer trend a try this Thanksgiving.

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Zebra isn't that scary to wear either.

Staying home? Cozy up with a chic oversized coat.

When in doubt, go for a printed maxi dress paired with statement boots.

Plaid is always the right seasonal pick.

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It's true: You can never own too many white button-downs.

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Red is also your friend this Thanksgiving.

Next up, the worst things to wear to Thanksgiving dinner.

This post was originally published and updated at a later date by Eva Thomas.