Thanksgiving is still three weeks away but it always comes and goes so quickly. It can be such a busy time, especially if you’re hosting, cooking, and shopping all within the same week. With that in mind, I wanted to share seven outfits to consider if you’re stuck on what to wear. As I’ve mentioned in previous years, the best Thanksgiving outfits combine comfort and style and the outfits below will definitely help you achieve that. Whether you’re getting together with family at home or celebrating from a distance this year, here are a few fun ideas for what to wear.
Mango Black Coat (on sale now) | Lovers + Friends Camel Turtleneck Sweater (wearing an XS) | Blank Denim Faux Leather Pants (wearing a 24, run TTS) | Express Snakeskin Boots (on sale now & under $100) | Bottega Veneta The Pouch Bag | Similar Sunglasses
Brown Sweater & Faux leather Pants
Nothing feels more appropriate for Thanksgiving than a chocolate brown sweater. Combine it with other trends of the season, like snakeskin boots and faux leather bottoms, for a chic holiday look. I rounded up both classic and playful styles below that will take you through winter.
Cropped Cardigan & Distressed Denim
You can’t go wrong with sweater and distressed denim pairing. To freshen things up, opt for a cropped cardigan with embellished buttons instead of your basic knit top. You can also look for fun details in a cardigan like puffed sleeves and ribbed textures.
Topshop Camel Coat (under $150) | Commando Black Bodysuit | Commando Faux Leather Leggings (wearing a S) | Chanel 19 Medium Shearling Bag (similar here) | Chanel Beige Combat Boots (available in the Mia Mia Mine Shop, similar here and here) | Saint Laurent Sunglasses
Oversized Sweater & Faux Leather Leggings
An oversized sweater is cozy, family-friendly, and stylish with some faux leather leggings. This look is perfect for transitioning from day to night, especially if you plan on getting together with friends.
Cozy Knit Set
Not every Thanksgiving dinner outfit needs to be over the top dressy. I love wearing comfortable pieces especially if I’ll be up late with my family. In those instances, a cozy knit set is the way to go. There are so many trendy sets you can shop from right now – and the results are so cute when put together.
A sweater dress might sound basic for Thanksgiving, but it’s truly a classic that never feels dated or out of style. It’s also one of the most forgiving pieces you can wear if you’re planning on indulging in a big dinner. I love how easy they are to dress up or down.
Blanket Scarf, Bodysuit & Gray Jeans
If you’re not sure what the dress code is where you’re headed on Thanksgiving day, play it safe with jeans and a bodysuit. A pair of gray jeans lightens things up while the bodysuit keeps the whole outfit seamless and put-together. Just have a blanket scarf handy to keep you warm through the evening.
Barefoot Dreams Cardigan (wearing an XS, better for budget here) | CAMI NYC White Lace Cami (wearing XXS) | GRLFRND Denim (wearing a 23, budget version here) | Amazon Coin Necklace | Saint Laurent Envelope Bag | Tom Ford Sunglasses (sold out – similar here, budget version here)
Long Cardigan & Lace Top
If you prefer to dress up for Thanksgiving, then there’s no harm in wearing a lace top or camisole with a long cardigan layered on top. Lace tends to make an outfit feel more elevated. However, casual pieces like cardigans and jeans tone down the going out vibe, which makes it an easy combo for the holidays when you’re around family.