Is everyone ready for Thanksgiving?! Speaking of which, do you have your outfit picked out yet? Here are some last minute tips on how to be the best dressed at any of your holiday dinners or events! mix and match as well as find some inspiration for you next family dinner debut. Almost everything shown is on sale! So jump on this before sizes run out! I've liked ever item show to where you can purchase it, all you have to do is click a picture. Happy shopping and holidays!
Lace and Sheer
Lace is a great festive holiday material! It looks really pretty in deep maroons and a sheer black. Pair it with a nice flounce or peplum skirt or a nice pair of dark jeans. Booties would be great to finish off the look! All of the pieces above are killing the sale game, so jump on that now while they still have sizes!
Flouncy / Pencil Skirts
So many skirts, so little time. There are different silhouettes for different body types, but here are a few great styles for the holidays. The flute styled peplum look great with a pair of casual booties or heels along with a tighter top. A fitted turtleneck with any of the skirts shown above would look amazeeee. You could also how on a nice deep V blouse or festive metallic/shimmery sweater (as shown below)!
Sleeveless turtlenecks are ideal for layering! You could throw on a leather jacket and nice pair of dress pants to ensure comfort and style. I love all of the versions shown above and they are having some great sales on all of them! You could play around with the color, but these three tones will last a long time in terms of going in and out of fashion. Such a classic look that can easily be made modern! It doesn't hurt that they're cozy too!
Faux Leather Pants
You know me, I have to add a little edge. There are variances in how matte or shimmery a faux leather can be, so I gave you examples of a few types. These are little more of a splurge, but I made sure to post ones that had some sales going on and that wouldn't make a huge dent in the wallet. Also, you'll be the coolest cat tin the room in a pair of these! Keep it classy with a flowy white blouse and statement necklace. A few examples are posted below!
Some people have a more casual Thanksgiving, some people have a more formal dinner. Here are a few dresses that will also ensure comfort for when you are stuffing your faces with turkey! The metallic, sweater materials, and deeper tones are great for the holiday season. They keep you warm and are slightly more dressed up. Who does;t love to dress up every now and then?!
Cozy up in a soft plaid scarf! I made sure to post a few examples that go with literally everything! You could wear any of these with Navy, maroon, black, white, copper, gold, you name it! The versatility of these is what's key. You can use them as a shawl if you get cold or simply wrap it around your neck. These all come at amazingly low prices!
I do have to say, these are some of my favorites for holiday dinners! The coppery shimmer, the french, and the fringe are a recipe for being the best dressed. They would all look great with a simple suede mini skirt, as show above. You could also pair them with a pencil skirt, a nice pair of pants, a great pair of booties!
Hold the phone! We have some bling entering the room. Make a statement at your holiday party in a pretty jeweled necklace. If you are sporting a simpler look or amore basic top, adding a necklace like this is great to make your look pop without being overwhelming.
Depending on what you're wearing on the bottom (i.e. pants, skirt, or dress), you have room to play around with shoe types. A pair of heeled booties or regular heels would look great with any of the skirts shown above. A nice pair of tall suede boots are ideal with dark wash jeans or black pants. If these tall boots have a heel, they could also work well with a dress or skirt!