Happy Thanksgiving! For many of us, today is about being with family, for others it’s mainly about the food, but for some of us it also means the kick off to the holiday season.
Dressing for Thanksgiving can be tricky, but this Fashionista has it covered. There are many factors that should be considered. First, you will most likely be seeing a lot of family so it’s important to look conservative while still maintaining your fashion-forward attitude. This Fashionista rocks the leather skirt, but keeps it tame with her textured sweater. Her simple tights and classic black booties add a touch of flare to her look, but still keep it family-appropriate. She also has on a trendy and vintage looking statement necklace, which could be a great conversations starter!
Second, you could be eating quite a bit today, so base your outfit on some possible growth in your stomach region (what? you can’t skip out on the pumpkin pie). Look for a top that is loose and classic. You could follow the lead of this Fashionista and wear a textured sweater, or you could opt for some sort of blouse. Just keep in mind it should be simple and not too fitted, you don’t want to be uncomfortable after your feast. For the bottom half you could wear a comfortable skirt or even a pair of textured shorts. Keep your shoes basic to ground your look.
So kick back, relax and enjoy the turkey, the mashed potatoes and that pumpkin pie!
One Simple Change: Since Thanksgiving is the kick off to the Holiday Season, there could be a slew of holiday parties in your near future. This Fashionista’s leather skirt can carry her through the season while keeping her right on trend. Swap out the sweater for a sequined or lace top and you have a go-to holiday look. Plus, I like to add some gold embellishments like some dangle earrings or a sparkly statement necklace to spice up my look.
Check out my eBay collaboration with this Fashionista’s look here. My eBay collections were curated as part of the CollegeFashionista and eBay collaboration with Style Coalition #FOLLOWITFINDIT.