6 Looks to Wear for Thanksgiving

Whoops.

I partied too hard this weekend and don’t have my Prague Travel Guide ready yet for you guys (coming soon, I promise).

Instead, what I do have for you all, are six outfits for you to wear to your Thanksgiving festivities (or any other fall/winter events that you might need a range of outfits for). There’s something for everyone here, and I’ve also included the elements to get the same look in a widget below each look.

Because, I can’t bake a pumpkin pie for everyone…but I can find you cute clothes. Skills. ;)

If You Want to Layer Up

Loft cords + cable knit sweater Target + brown felt fedora hat + vine print Loft shirt; Style On Target blog

Probably the easiest outfit combination of the collection…take a casual pair of pants (jeans or cords or chinos, for example) and then add your favorite button down blouse and then top it all off with a cable knit sweater. Layered up and ready for some mashed potatoes!

If You Want to Blanket Scarf It Up

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Even more casual of a look, because when that tryptophan hits you, you already have a built in blanket for your afternoon nap. Win-win.

If You Have to Actually Dress It Up

acorn print Loft blouse; Merona red velvet blazer, black ankle pants, black Target heels; Style On Target ; winter work outfit

Well then, I feel sorry for you. My mom used to make us do that too. But an easy look to save the day is a velvet blazer + button down silky blouse + black heels. Because if you have to look fancy, you might as well have fun with it!

If You Can Fake Dressing It Up

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Jeweled sweaters for the win. Pair an embellished sweater with some luxe looking cords for the ultimate comy-but-still-looks-pulled-together look. Because that stuffing isn’t going to eat itself.

If You Want to Look Cooler Than Your Boyfriend’s Ex

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Ankle boots + patterned dress + tights + cool girl leather jacket = winner winner, turkey dinner! ;)

If You Are Spending the Entire Day on the Couch

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Get comfy and support your team in jeans, stripes, puffer vest, and sneaks. Buffalo wings can wait…this is turkey time.

So there are 6 fool-proof (maybe even fowl-proof? ;)) outfit combinations for your upcoming Thanksgiving holiday!

But I’m curious…what look more closely reflects the atmosphere of your Thanksgiving festivities? Let me know in the comments (I’m more of a layer-it-up kind of girl)!