what to wear to thanksgiving dinner

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it’s the greatest week of the year! truth be told, the days leading up to thanksgiving are some of my favorite of the entire year. i am always giddy with anticipation to celebrate my absolute favorite holiday. the food, the time with family, the football, the SALES! ah, i can’t wait. since i feel like thanksgiving kind of snuck up on us this year, you may not have had time to plan out your holiday outfit (i know i haven’t). fear not, i’ve rounded up a few outfit ideas to help you put together a look that’ll be perfect for an afternoon spent snacking on turkey and strategizing black friday sales. enjoy!

 

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sweater + jeans || there’s nothing cozier than a sweater and jeans -especially this time of year. this look is effortless yet still feels pulled together. add a little personality with a unique necklace and a fun pair of shoes. want to kick-it up a notch (no pun intended)? swap out these suede booties for a pointy-toe flat in glitter or leopard and finish off the look with a bold lipwant more of this look? see the original post here.

 

banana republic sweater (similar) || gap jeans || natalie borton necklace (c/o)

sam edelman booties || madewell belt & hat || hobo bag (c/o)

 

 

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little [insert color of choice here] dress + denim jacket (see full post here) || if your holiday dinner has a fancier feel, you can never go wrong by throwing on your favorite little black/red/green/white/pink dress. if the weather is more frightful than delightful, you can always wear tights and a classic black pump to ensure you stay warm. otherwise, show off those gorgeous gams and cut the chill with a dark wash denim jacket. finish off the look with metallic accessories like a jeweled statement necklace or a simple gold pendantwant more of this look? see the original post here.

 

h&m dress (similar) || j.crew jean jacket || madewell sandals (similar)

 

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midi skirt + booties (see full post here) || given the two above ensembles, i’d say this third option is somewhere in between in terms of fanciness. what i love about midi skirts (if you haven’t already realized) in particular are the fact that they offer a sweet feminine vibe while also being extremely comfortable. they’re perfect for pairing with a fitted sweater or a flowy silk blouse. you can dress them up or down and accessorize them a zillion different ways. i like pairing mine with my leather booties and a simple slouchy sweater for an almost bohemian vibe but it would also look super chic with a chambray knotted at the waist and metallic lace-up flats. i’ll probably end up wearing something similar on thursday myself. want more of this look? see the original post here.

 

madewell sweater + skirt || natalie borton necklace (similar style)

urban outfitters booties (similar) || madewell bag (similar)

 

need more inspiration? here are three more looks perfect for the occasion. 

 

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2 Comments
  • Terri
    November 21, 2016

    Each of those photos is lovely. You look so put together in the clothes you pair. You look fabulous every day. (BTW, I really like that Willow and Paige sweater you posted.)

    • snadelman
      November 21, 2016

      You’re way too kind. Thank you, thank you. I still haven’t decided what I’m wearing for our own celebrations -perhaps a combination of two of these looks? Happy early Turkey Day! xoxo

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