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  • 2017 Thanksgiving Outfit Ideas

    2017 Thanksgiving Outfit Ideas

    Can you guys believe we are less than a week away from Thanksgiving?! When I think “Thanksgiving” my mind immediately goes to family, food and football. For as long as I can remember we have always had Thanksgiving at my parents house, we typically end up with 30+ people at the house. Everyone will bring a side dish and we all veg out while catching up and playing “win loose or draw” / watching football. I know Thanksgiving looks totally different for each person and family so I’d love to know what your family tradition is for Thanksgiving! ​

    Even though my families thanksgiving is super laid back and is focused towards vegging out and catching up I still like to look some-what put together, as I will be seeing people I only see during the holidays. Wearing something that will hide your food baby and keep you comfortable is key! So in the spirit of being comfy and cute on Thanksgiving, I have put together a few outfit ideas that I am loving for any Thanksgivings tradition! 

    First look is probably my absolute favorite! You can’t go wrong with a cream turtle neck and this poncho I picked up from Red Dress Boutique! This poncho is RIDICULOUSLY soft, I wish you guys could feel it threw the screen. Poncho’s are always a great choice because they are the BEST at hiding those after Thanksgiving dinner food babies!
    Next up on the list is this super fun plaid vest! You can never go wrong with a great pair of high waisted jeans (helps suck in that food baby), your favorite black tee and a super cozy vest.
    This super fun fitted ruffle skirt would be a great option for a more traditional Thanksgiving dinner!

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