Thanksgiving is just under 2 weeks away, isn’t that crazy? The past two years we’ve been traveling for Thanksgiving so I’m a little relieved to be staying home this year. Whether you’re traveling or staying home this year it’s time to start thinking about what to wear. Look no further because I’ve put together 4 easy Thanksgiving outfits that you can copy this year.
When I think of Thanksgiving I think of rich hues like brown, rust, burgundy and shades of green that represent the colors of the season. In these Thanksgiving outfits I’ve got a wide variety of colors and a few patterns that I know you’re going to love.
Outfit 1: Bell Sleeve Blouse, Jeans & Comfy Flats
You guys know that I am in love with the bell sleeve trend and anything boho inspired so this shirt was love at first sight. I love the rich colors in the floral pattern which are definitely geared more towards fall. Typically this brand runs a little big but I found this particular top to run true to size. It comes in a darker color as well. It’s funny how we get super dressed up for Thanksgiving just to stand around, that’s why a comfy pair of flats is a must! Shop the complete look here:
Outfit 2: Bell Sleeve Sweater, Jeans & Booties
This sweater and I are a match made in heaven. It’s super lightweight which is perfect for the erratic weather that we have around here. Even though the flared sleeves are pretty extreme, it’s still great for everyday. I bought it last weekend and have already worn it 3 times. It also comes in tons of colors which you can shop here. This gorgeous rust color makes for the perfect Thanksgiving outfit. I’ve found that the BP brand does run a bit big so I sized down to XXS for this one from my usual XS. Shop the complete look here:
Outfit 3: Tunic Sweater, Leggings & a Cozy Plaid Scarf
These leggings are called the “live in” leggings by Zella and it’s no wonder where they got their name. To be 100% honest, I rarely wear leggings as pants. I typically stick to jeans and save my leggings for the gym. But these are amazing. These leggings are thick enough that you don’t need to worry about them being see through but they’re not too thick as to leave you uncomfortable. They come in a high waist style which is what I’m wearing as well as a standard rise. These can easily go from the gym to running errands. Shop the high rise version here or the standard rise here. This tunic sweater is a little long on me (keep in mind I’m 5’1″) but I still really love it. I also found this similar option. You can shop the whole look here:
Outfit 4: Shift Dress, Scarf & Booties
Dresses are perfect for Thanksgiving. Look for breezy straight silhouettes that are easy to throw on and go. While true reds are typically reserved for Christmas, burgundy and wine colors are perfect for Thanksgiving outfits. This dress is no exception. This exact style is old and unfortunately no longer available but I’ve linked a few similar options for you to check out. I’m also loving the leopard print trend this season. I’ve always loved leopard print and I love the way it pairs with all of the rich fall hues. Shop this look here:
Last but not least…
Some of you may have noticed on Instagram that I’m linking what I’m wearing through LiketoKnow.it now. You might be wondering, what is Like to Know it and do I have to use it. Essentially this service makes it much easier for you to shop my Instagram looks. You can sign up online and you’ll receive an email straight to your inbox with all of my outfit details. They’ve also recently launched an app that allows you to shop your screenshots if you don’t want emails.
Simply screen shot my images from Instagram or Facebook with the LiketoKnow.it emblem, download the app and upload my image to get all of the outfit details. I’ve also added a shop page to my blog where you can shop my favorite pieces, and updated my “shop my Instagram” page to a LiketoKnow.it page to streamline everything. Finally for those of you that don’t want to deal with any of that, you’ll be able to shop my looks directly here on the blog under the “LiketoKnow.it” page. Hopefully I didn’t confuse you all too much! If you ever have questions about where anything is from or how to use LiketoKnow.it or anything at all, my inbox is always open.