Figuring out your Thanksgiving look can be a bit tricky and the dress code completely depends on the who, what, where, when of your holiday weekend plans! Here are a few different possible scenarios that can be fairly typical and some tips to help you select your look!
Whether married or not, it is imperative to have your style game on point when attending the family get togethers of your significant other! In laws, out laws, there are no laws to help you make that first (or lasting) impression. The most important thing to remember is to choose something that you feel good in! A cozy sweater or poncho and your favorite skinnies, or a dress and some tights...something classy, chic and easy to move in! Something that you feel good in and gives you versatility for the "if" factors (IE: What if it's too cold? What if it's too hot? What if I eat too much? What if there are a bunch of small people around and one of them barfs on me?)
Hostess with the Mostess:
If you are hosting this holiday my biggest tip is to KEEP IT SIMPLE! You always have "just one more thing" to do when inviting people into your home and you never have enough time! SO, get your outfit ready in advance, shower the night before and then you can bounce out of bed - ready to administer your hostessing duties!
Perhaps you can't make the trek cross country to your family and thus you are hanging your brothers and sisters from another mother, OR maybe this holiday weekend turns out to be more of a class reunion at the local pubs! Whatever the case may be, hanging with friends for this holiday requires a certain sparkle, layers for adaptability because you just never know where the night will take you, and a select few items tucked into your purse just in case you decide to have that just one more cocktail! We suggest layers - jeans that have a bit of stretch to accommodate the eating and drinking the night away, a light layer with a heavier layer on top and depending on your climate - a pair of pumps or boots.