Thanksgiving is just a few short days away. Hopefully you've already planned your menu, and now it's time to plan your look for the cozy holiday. We provided plenty of outfit inspiration here, here, and here, but what about the pieces you shouldn't be wearing on Thursday? Sadly, there are plenty. When you're eating, drinking, and socializing with family and friends all day, you undoubtedly want to look stylish, but comfort is key on Thanksgiving (duh).
Similar to travel outfits, we've all made our fair share of Thanksgiving outfit mistakes. It happens, but hopefully you've learned from them. In case you're in need of a little refresher, we're here for you. Keep scrolling to find out what the seven worst things to wear on Thanksgiving are, and shop stylish, comfortable pieces you should wear instead.
AVOID: Rigid Jeans
WEAR: Comfort Stretch Jeans
High-waisted 100% cotton jeans may look cool, but they're your enemy on Thanksgiving. Instead opt, for stretch jeans that aren't skin tight.
AVOID: Leather Clothing
Since leather has very little give and isn't exactly breathable, you should skip it on Thanksgiving. On the flip side, cozy knits sort of feel like pajamas, which is a major win.
AVOID: Silk and Satin
WEAR: Washable Fabrics
Silk and satin are delicate, so removing stains from them can be a beast. Instead, wear pieces that can be thrown in the washing machine post-feast.
AVOID: Tight, Uncomfortable Shoes
WEAR: Walkable Shoes That Fit
This may seem like a no-brainer, but we're all guilty of wearing shoes that look great but pinch our feet when they inevitably swell. Do yourself a favor and save those shoes for another day.
AVOID: Bell Sleeves
WEAR: Sleeves You Can Roll Up
When you're busy cooking (and eating), the last thing you want is sleeves dragging in the food. Trust us.
AVOID: Heavy Sweaters (With Nothing Underneath)
When the oven and stove are going, any house is bound to get warm, even if it's frigid outside. Do yourself a favor and wear something under that cute sweater of yours.
AVOID: Light Colors
WEAR: Forgiving Colors
Red wine stains aren't a great look, and even if you're careful, there's no guarantee that everyone else at the gathering will be too, so save the pale pink for another day.