It’s almost Thanksgiving time again, my friends!
The scene is familiar- you’re gathered around the dining room table, surrounded by some of the most delicious side dishes you’ve ever tasted. You’ve already had first helpings, but you’re reaching for seconds. This only happens once a year, so you need to live it up, am I right?! And, of course, you must save room for dessert featuring Aunt Emma’s famous pumpkin pie…
But, your pants are already bursting at the seams and your Spanx are working holiday overtime.
This year, dress smarter by wearing one of my Thanksgiving-approved styles. With this year’s Thanksgiving outfit you’ll leave the dinner table feeling full, but still nice and comfy, with no sign of that dreaded “turkey belly”!
These dresses are very on trend right now, and can include swing style dresses or button down styles. They are nowhere near form fitting and give plenty of room for holiday ‘expansion’.
I absolutely love the baggy cut and contrast color zipper detail on this dress. And something about this forest green floral trapeze dress just screams Thanksgiving to me. The best part is that it’s under $45! Pair it with some boots and a cardigan for the perfect Fall look.
Oversize Poncho Sweaters
If you’re going a bit more casual with your Thanksgiving outfit, the way to go is an oversized poncho sweater.
This chunky cable knit sweater is totally on trend this season. And a black and red plaid poncho is a classic item that’s always in style. This one will look great throughout the entire holiday season!
If you have a nice pair of dress pants in mind for your Thanksgiving outfit, you can pair them with a perfectly flowy top.
This oversize red button down would look great with some leather leggings and boots. And this floral top with an attached tie can be worn for Thanksgiving paired with dark denim, but also for a night out on the town paired with a leather mini skirt and heels.
Wrap skirts are one of the most comfortable bottoms you can wear (ok – not including your favorite sweatpants!). They usually have self-adjustable ties, so you can decide how tight (or loose) to wear it.
So, have you chosen your Thanksgiving outfit yet? Will you be following my style guidelines for a satisfying, yet comfy, holiday?
Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!