Thanksgiving is this week and if you are looking to gather with close family/friends then here is a quick guide to what you can wear to the dinner. Now there is no rule to what you can and can’t wear to a Thanksgiving dinner but here’s a guide if you are overwhelmed and can’t decide what to begin. Note that these looks apply to you hosting a dinner or visiting a dear friend/family. Now let’s go ahead and look at the different looks below:
1. Sweater and Skirt Knit Set
This is my favorite and easiest way to look chic and quick ready because you don’t have to do any matching as this look comes in a set. When it comes to colors, you can stick to neutrals or go all colors if you are in the mood of being bold. Finish the look with ankle boots and a short strap bag.
2. Silk Blouse and Pleated Skirt
If you are in the mood of getting a little festive earlier this year then you can go with silk blouse and skirt. My favorite type of skirt to wear to any family/friend setting is a black midi pleated skirt. It can be paired with anything and is perfect for holiday/thanksgiving event.
3. Chunky Sweater and Leather Pants
I love a good chunky sweater and love it even more when I pair it with leather leggings. Leather leggings are in full swing for the past couple of seasons and I ain’t complaining. They are more than your ordinary jeans and pants and will get you tons of praises.
4. Monochrome Look
This is my favorite way to get dressed up lately. I am obsessing over monochromatic looks and the more I do them, the more I fall in love with them. This is my recent monochromatic look, I love that sticking within the same color range uplifts your look instantly.
5. Blazer and Jeans
Last but not least, if you are still indecisive, you can stick to a good old blazer and jeans look. You can add a festive blazer or you can stick to your favorite colors like beige, white, black, etc. I mean you can never go wrong with the look. Make sure to finish the look with some fancy heels.
So everyone those are some quick ideas for Thanksgiving dinner. Do you have plans for Thanksgiving? Share with us in the comments below!