Hi! I hope you guys are having a great week so far! Our schedules are all over this place this week but I’m enjoying spending some extra time with the kiddos! I can’t believe that Thanksgiving is coming up so soon! We’re hosting but keeping it small and I’m so looking forward to it. Today I wanted to share 3 outfit ideas for you for the turkey day celebration. I wanted to share something a little more dressy and an option for jeans as well because people wear everything from lounge wear to sequins all of which is totally fine by me! PS- click through the widget below to shop some additional outfit ideas as well as the one’s above!
I usually opt for a dress (comfort!) and will probably wear one of the dresses I’ve shared below. What I love about all of these outfits is that the accessories can all be interchanged with each outfit. So if you like the black boots I shared yesterday and show with the jeans above, you could also wear them with the black sweater dress above. Additionally it must be said that EACH of these outfits could be worn with a great sneaker (comfort, again!) so keep that in mind.
I hope this helps when you’re deciding what to wear and also wanted to mention that these outfits would all work for family photos which was a big topic on my stories yesterday. I’m honestly inspired by those of you that said you were over it all and decided not to partake this year…I honestly think I’ll get there soon. I consider the waste, cost, time…and the fact that anyone I’d send our card to could easily see our family on social media all year long. But I also think of the select few that we love that aren’t on social media and the fact that it’s a Merry gesture that I enjoy receiving so WHO KNOWS WHAT I’LL DO LOL. I hope you guys have a great week and as always, thank you so much for following along! xx
PPS- The floral maxi dress above had limited sizing when I posted this. It seems everyone is buying floral dresses this Fall and the good ones sell out fast. I’ve linked several amazing similar options below.
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