I can’t believe that Thanksgiving is next week. It is one of my absolute favorite times of the year. Thanksgiving outfits was something that you all wanted to see so I have rounded up 5 outfits for you to wear to Thanksgiving dinner & festivities. I wouldn’t necessarily say that this is what I am going wear to go shopping, I’m a leggings and sweatshirt girl for that, but I do love to wear something functional and cute to Thanksgiving dinner.
This look was also in my holiday looks from your closet post because I truly think that it works for both occasions. The embroidered trend is huge right now and this cardigan is perfect to wear for Thanksgiving, Holidays, and throughout the winter. The floral details are in the perfect colors for holidays but also aren’t too festive that you couldn’t wear it after the holidays too!
A chunky sweater is always perfect for any Thanksgiving outfits if you ask me, I mean you can unbutton your jeans and untuck your sweater and no one will even know and that right there is amazing. The floral detail on this is my favorite, it is perfect for the holidays with the pink/red tones to it, but also can be worn afterwards too which is as you know what I look for in every piece I wear for the holidays.
When you live in Utah you never know what you are going to get with the weather. Wearing these cute blush rain boots is always my favorite because they are dressier with the bow on the back, but also are ready for any weather Utah throws at us. I paired them with this stunning lace top to dress the look up a little bit, but to still keep it functional.
An oversized but flattering maxi dress is the way that I am going to go this year for Thanksgiving dinner! It has room to eat a lot, but also is a little bit dressed up, but the maxi dress makes it super functional. I will be packing sneakers along too because well hello functional mama over here. You can layer a jacket or a cardigan over it and it is perfection!
This look is just simple. I love the sheer top because I think it gives it a tiny bit of a more dressed up look but pairing it with jeans let’s be it okay to have kids climbing all over you or when you spill on yourself (…please tell me I’m not the only one…). This look might just be my favorite.
I hope this helps you with your Thanksgiving outfits and gives you some inspiration on pieces you have in your closet that you can pair together!