Thanksgiving is just around the corner, which means there’s no better time to start planning your Turkey Day outfit. Whether you’ll be spending a low-key evening at home with family or meeting your (potential) future in-laws, we’ve rounded up a range of looks perfect for every Thanksgiving occasion.
Meeting Your S.O.’s Parents
Of course, you’ll want to make a good impression with your significant other’s parents when meeting them for the first time — outfit choice included. But that doesn’t mean you have to force yourself into a more formal look you might normally never wear (we’re at looking you, pencil skirt-and-silk-blouse combos). For an equally polished yet wearable alternative, try a classic long sleeve tee with straight leg jeans and a rich-colored, tailored coat. A pair of slingback pumps reminiscent of the classic Chanel style is an elegant finishing touch.
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At-Home Family Gathering
Even if you’ll be enjoying treats in the comfort of your own home, you’ll probably want to throw on something a little more put together than a hoodie and sweatpants to visit guests. Swap out traditional leggings for leather joggers (a luxe look that’s still comfy) to easily elevate a chunky sweater and pair of staple Stan Smiths. And if you feel like going the extra mile, opt for a pair of statement earrings to add an eye-catching accent to the look.
A gathering with your closest friends provides the perfect opportunity to experiment with edgier styles you can rock even after the holiday is over. A silk slip dress layered over a form-fitting turtleneck is an unexpectedly effortless choice — with plaid leather booties offering an especially on-trend touch. Plus, the look falls somewhere between casual and dressy if the dress code is somewhat nebulous.
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