You Will Be Best Dressed at Your Thanksgiving Gathering


Haven't decided what to wear to your Thanksgiving get together? The big day is just a week away and we are here to help. Thanksgiving is the perfect time to curate an outfit that will make you feel your absolute best. These looks will wow others no matter where you are headed.


An Elegant Jumpsuit

There is something so effortless and sophisticated about a jumpsuit that can transform your whole look. All you need is a few accessories and an excellent pair of shoes to get you ready to take the holiday by the horns! Add a chunky block heel or mule for an elevated look. This is a trend you won't regret this holiday season.


A Chunky Sweater

Looking forward to a cozy Thanksgiving? Reach for a chunky knit sweater that will keep you feeling warm from head to toe. Want to dress it up? Try pairing it with some high rise skinny denim and heels. Whether you want to keep it simple or add some flare, a classic knit will keep you looking your best this Thanksgiving. 


A Fabulous Fur Piece

There is nothing that elevates style quite like an eye catching, fur statement piece. Try a coat or vest, cropped or full length that can take you from outdoor traditions to drinks and dinner with loved ones. If anything, a fur coat is always an excellent conversation piece.  


A Fitted Turtleneck

Looking for something more minimalistic? Try pairing a fitted turtleneck with a pair of skinny, raw hem denim. This sleek look can be kept simple or accessorized to your hearts desire. Pair it with a dark lip and a kitten heel. You'll be on your way to the Thanksgiving of your dreams. 


Remember...

Thanksgiving is about quality time with those you love. Although looking your best is important, if not essential, don't let it get in the way of genuine time with friends and family. Refuse to compete so heavily with yourself or your loved ones over appearances. As long as you feel like your most confident self, you truly will be best dressed. Embrace the styles that make you feel confident and don't forget to enjoy the holiday season. 

Devon White