What to Wear for Thanksgiving 2016

Who is ready for Thanksgiving! After this crazy, depressing, wacky, and weird year, I’m ready to settle down with family and friends and eat some of my favorite food. Of course I have to hit you with some outfit inspiration. Many of readers are heading out of town, meeting your partner’s new family, and/or coming back from college.

#OutfitoftheWeek: just chill

Packing for Thanksgiving can be hard, it’s one of the shortest trips yet you have the opportunity to see the most people. You have the to be comfortable for the feast, but cute to catch drink with a friend.  So hit the photos below for shopping details. These looks are all about ease, trend, and a dose of fabness. Each of these look packs well and travels easy. Wrinkle-free is the way to be. Let’s get started!

This first look is perfect for traveling and having to arrive looking cute. Keep it cute and casual while wearing smart layers. Great for dashing to and from the car visiting family and friends.
TREND ALERT: Adidas Sneakers are still in for Fall 2016! Gives a crisp clean look for a casual day.

#OutfitoftheWeek: Marble BLUSH

Ready to wow your new family at this sit-down Thanksgiving dinner. Try this outfit inspiration. This beautiful skirt, designer pumps, and simple jewelry make for a sparkly conversation starters.  
TREND ALERT: Pale grey and winter white are great ways to add muted tones to fall looks

#OutfitoftheWeek: Winter Cozy

This casual look is great for the college girl who’s welcomed home. Also, ready to kick it with your friends right after eating, this outfit transitions well into a high school reunion game night!
TREND ALERT: Velvet and Suede are ALL the rage for fall/winter 2016. Incorporate these suede boots into your closet.

#OOTD: Dark Transitions

Lastly, this contemporary cool look is great for catching drinks with friends or attempting to recoup that old-school love.  
TREND ALERT: A wool overcoat is great for layering up during these cool holiday travels.

What are you wearing for Thanksgiving this year? Let me know in the comments section! Have a happy holiday!

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