Guys! Did you know that Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday? Probably not and that’s okay but now you know! I don’t just love the holiday for the large amounts of mac and cheese, but because it’s one of the holidays where everyone gathers and it’s not because they got a gift waiting. You see your family in one room, and everyone is extremely happy, laughing, and talking. You always see that one cousin that you don’t really talk to daily but when you get together it’s nothing but good vibes. The home that you go to smells like love and happiness. I just absolutely adore Thanksgiving. So, I thought it would be fitting to discuss Thanksgiving outfits. Now, everyone’s family is different. Some Thanksgiving dinners are super upscale, so you have to wear your absolute best clothing. Some are less upscale and because you live in the host home, you’re probably going to wear pajamas. My family is somewhere in between, we dress nice, but nobody is coming to dinner dripped in diamonds and pearls. We are comfortable classy, which is right up my alley.
For the outfits I chose to feature in this year’s Thanksgiving looks, I made sure comfort was the driving force. Being as comfortable as possible, but also extremely stylish. I think nothing is worse than sitting there at the table eating your food while you feel uncomfortable in the clothing that you’re wearing! When you’re getting asked those awkward questions about your life, you want to be 100% comfortable in your clothes.
First Outfit: Dark green pants, grey wide V-neck sweater, and snakeskin boots. This is one of those comfortable outfits that you can be really safe in. There aren’t any holes in the pants, so your grandmother won’t ask you if you bought your jeans like that if you ripped them up yourself. The sweater is super comfortable as well, but very, very warm! It’s easy to sweat in it.
Second Outfit: White sweater dress and tan booties. Honestly, this dress felt great to put on. The color is dangerous if you’re a messy eater, but the comfort is bar none. Be careful when raising your arms as the dress rides up and you do not want to expose yourself.
Third Outfit: Plaid pinafore dress, black ribbed t-shirt, and brown booties. I felt like I was going to school in this outfit. The colors are definitely fall-themed and the look I thought was adorable! I felt kind of young in this particular outfit, but I was so with it.
Fourth Outfit: Black, white, and silver dress, with over-the-knee black boots. This dress is so heavy! It is super warm and not as itchy as you would think. The pictures don’t show how silver it was. There were little strings of silver like tinsel, which would have made it more of a Christmas sweater, but I wanted to show it for Thanksgiving.