With Thanksgiving only a few short days away, we’re sure holiday preparations are in full swing at your house. The food has been purchased and your plans are all set, so now there’s only one thing left to do – decide what to wear! Whether you’re hosting the festivities or attending dinner as a guest, here are a few trendy outfits you could rock on turkey day.
If your personal style is chic and simplistic, we love this trendy cream-on-cream look. While the ensemble only features one neutral hue, the texture of the sweater adds some easy variation. Choose metallic gold jewelry to complement the ivory shade, opting for long pendant styles that won’t distract from your detailed top. Complete the classic look with a pair of brown ankle booties (black can appear harsh against an all-white outfit) and place a napkin on your lap to protect from gravy spills during dinner!
For a turkey day outfit that’s both comfy and cute, opt for a soft, long-sleeve shirt and stretchy, high-waist leggings. This pair is wine red, which is our favorite fall shade, and offers lots of wiggle room after a big Thanksgiving meal. Your top should be neutral if you opt for colored bottoms, but you can add some extra detail with a printed infinity scarf. Choose a style featuring hues that match your bold leggings, plus an additional accent color to bring some dimension to your look. Finally, finish the outfit with knee high boots and minimal jewelry. Since you’re wearing a scarf, there’s no need for a necklace – stick to dangly hoop earrings and a bracelet instead.
It’s definitely no secret that we love Nordic prints – so you shouldn’t be surprised that this outfit made our list! Patterned dresses are another comfy, yet cute option, and they can be great for winter when paired with the right accessories. Long-sleeved styles can keep you toasty when it’s chilly out, but you could also add a moto jacket and tights for extra warmth. Complete the look with suede wedge booties and a choker necklace (or two) to add a fun, edgy twist to this festive holiday outfit.
Finally, if your Thanksgiving get-together is a bit more laid back, opt for your favorite winter closet staple: a warm, cozy flannel. Pair with colored pants in a festive olive green, and trendy ankle booties in a neutral black or grey. This outfit looks great with a short, statement necklace – but make sure it complements the shades of your top. If you add too much color to a mix-and-match look, your outfit can become distracting and even start to clash! Finish the ensemble with a simple watch and bracelet, and your turkey day look will be perfectly complete.
Now that you’ve got your outfit on lock, here are 10 kitchen gadgets to make hosting Thanksgiving easy.