What type of Thanksgiving dresser are you? Growing up at my grandparent’s house, it was fairly casual (if I remember correctly — it’s been a while!) Jeans and a nice sweater were my go-tos. Then as social media became a thing I realized that everyone has a different dress code for Thanksgiving. There’s your high school friend who wears sweatpants and no makeup, and then your coworker who goes full-on dressy with a velvet dress and heels.
This year’s Thanksgiving may look very different to some of us due to COVID-19, but I still plan on using it as an excuse to wear something cute (ok, and dress up Henry in an adorable outfit, too). Whether your dress code is casual leggings or a dressy blouse-and-pant combo, here are some Thanksgiving outfit ideas.
Dressy Thanksgiving Outfit
Dress pants are an easy way to look “put together” for a holiday gathering (and black goes with practically everything). Pair it with a tailored sweater (nothing too loose or chunky), and a pair of classic heels.
Fashionable Thanksgiving Outfit
I associate Thanksgiving with mustard yellow and rusty oranges — just me? This dress is fashion-forward while also being loose enough to be comfortable after a huge meal. Pair it with neutral accessories, like these booties and simple jewelry pieces.
Casual Thanksgiving Outfit
If you have a low-key Thanksgiving where you can wear whatever you want, these high-waisted leggings and loose sweater will suck everything in and hide any post-meal food babies.
Dressy Casual Thanksgiving Outfit
Somewhere between dressy and casual is where this outfit falls. Dark jeans, a patterned blouse, and simple accessories.