With Thanksgiving a week away, if you’re like me, chances are you’re all set for your Thanksgiving plans except for your outfit. And having to think of what your entire family is going to wear on Thanksgiving is probably already too much for you to deal with, so let me try to make things easier for you. Today, I rounded up my favorite fall outfits that are super easy to recreate to give you some inspiration. That’s 1 less outfit for you to think about! Here are my Thanksgiving outfit ideas!
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This is one of my favorite looks so far! It’s so simple and easy to wear, yet so feminine and chic at the same time. You can also recreate this look by wearing an oversized sweater and pull it on one side so you can wear it like how I wore the sweater here.
Fitted sweaters, mini skirts, and over the knee boots are so perfect together. This is one of my favorite transitional outfits but you can absolutely wear this all season long, and on Thanksgiving too.
Photo credit: Sandy Ma Photography
Another favorite trends of mine – cold shoulder and pleated skirt. You can switch the sneakers to ankle boots or heels for a dressier look.
Outfit details: similar sweater here // similar leggings here // similar boots here // exact bag (splurge) here, similar bag (save) here // similar necklace here (under $15!!!) // similar sunnies here
There’s no outfit a pair of leather leggings cannot transform! Even with a simple sweater, this outfit turned out edgy by pairing it with leather leggings.
This is a slight variation of the denim skirt outfit above. Adding a wrap or poncho can really transform this look, not to mention that they are the coziest thing ever!
This is probably the easiest outfit to do. You will only need 4 things (3 if you’re not wearing the vest) – a short dress, vest, over the knee boots, and a floppy hat! But I seriously think that wearing a faux fur vest makes the outfit more chic.
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What did you think of this post? Do you see yourself wearing one of these outfits? Which one are you most likely to wear on Thanksgiving? Let me know in the comments. You know I always love to hear from you.