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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Thanksgiving Outfit: Three Ways

For me there are a few things I have to consider when I'm planning a Thanksgiving outfit, but first you need to know that I enjoy "dressing up" for holidays, but most of my gatherings don't really call for that-so I have to compromise-elevate the casual, if you will.
 So for my outfit, like I said, I have a few parameters.
1. It's got to be comfortable: if I'm going to stuff my face with all the turkey, ham, dressing, and pies that it will hold then I have to have clothes that will expand with my waistline.
2.It's got to be festive: I need to have something that fits the theme; here I went with warm textures & the orange hints at Fall foliage.
3.It's got to have layers: Y'all have heard me preach this time & time again on Southern & Style, but in Alabama you never know whether it's going to be ninety degrees or forty degrees so you've got to be prepared for it all.
 I started out with basics for the first layer; a pair of my favorite jeggings that are stretchy but still have a denim feel & are the perfect dark wash.
Then I added a orange tunic top, it's long enough to cover your bum but still looks polished.

 If it's really cool outside, you can add a heavier cardigan, like this one with the beautiful plum, yellow, and orange detailing.
 I wanted to keep the accessories simple but still make a statement so I chose my favorite Mother-of-Pearl Kendra Scott earrings & a similar style necklace from a boutique.
Of course I decided on riding boots because they're comfortable & cute!

 Another option, if it's not quite cold enough for the heavy cardigan, but not warm enough to go with just the tunic my favorite answer to that problem is a cape.
This one has beautiful red & blue detailing on a cream background and the fringe provides awesome texture and interest!
Plus, it's like wrapping up in a blanket but socially acceptable!

Necklace (Similar)
Earrings (Similar)
Heavy Cardigan (Similar, Similar)
Fringe Cape (Similar)

A lot of these pieces are older (the earrings & both the cardigan and cape) so I had to link similar items, but the idea is the same no matter the pattern of the top layer.
This outfit meets all my criteria; comfortable, layer-able, and festive!

What are you wearing for Thanksgiving?
Let me know below!

Until next time. . .


  1. What a cute Thanksgiving look! The Kendra earrings are the perfect touch. And how pretty is this spot you took your photos in! Ah- I miss the South!

    xoxo A

  2. I love that cardigan! So cute. I'm all about comfy and cute outfits for the holidays.

  3. These are super cute outfit ideas. Love the weather changes.

  4. I love the cape the most - super cute and cozy!! You're rocking it!

  5. such a cute look, i love those earrings.

  6. Love this look on you. Boots are so cute.

  7. So cute! Love this outfit. Totally something I would wear!

    xoxo, Paige

  8. Love all of these! Your cardigan and shawl are so cute!

  9. Gorgeous outfits - so festive <3 Love both the cardigan & the cape - they go so perfectly with your red top!
    xox Nadia

  10. Elevate the casual - I love it! I like to dress up too, but sometimes feel odd doing so when Thanksgiving is just at my house.

  11. Oh I love this look! That top is so pretty and very flattering on you! I'm seriously about to go get that poncho because you look fabulous in it!

    xo Deborah
    Coffee, Prose, and Pretty Clothes

  12. This is such a cute outfit! Comfy is definitely key to all of my outfits for all occasions, and I've definitely been layering up a lot lately.

  13. That fringe cape is so fun for thanksgiving!

  14. I absolutely love the fringe on that shawl! So cute and perfect for fall.

    Tori || Victori Media

  15. Such a gorgeous (and comfy!) fall look!


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