is finally here and you can already smell the turkey in the oven, but wait…you
still have no idea what to wear. Whether you’re keeping it quiet with your
immediate fam or heading over to grandma’s for a mini reunion, there are a two
things you have to remember when picking out your
Turkey Day outfit: 1) it has to be cute and 2) it has to be comfortable. Snag some inspiration with these outfits (you
can thank us later).
dress and cardi combo is the perfect mix of classy and cozy. Style an oversized knit cardi over a shift
dress and belt both layers to give it some shape. Wedge booties complete the
look. Girlies in chillier climates can add scarves and tights to keep warm.
Pearlescent Embellished Shift Dress, $35, forever21.com
Cardigan, $30, hm.com
Merona Braided Belt, $17, target.com
Spacedye Ruffle-Cuff Sock, $14, urbanoutfitters.com
Envy Lola Wedge Booties, $60, dsw.com
are so comfortable that you won’t regret wearing them even after the second (or
third) helping of Turkey day grub. A flannel shirt is super comfortable
(especially for that friendly game of flag football), but add a pair of
metallic flats or tall leather boots to make the outfit instantly chic. Try
pulling your hair into a topknot and you’ll end up looking effortlessly
Jegging $40, ae.com
Scotch Plaid Shirt, $40, llbean.com
Restricted Waffle Cold Metallic Flats, $48, lulus.com
Kirra Mid Weight Infinity Scarf, $20, pacsun.com
jeans and a graphic sweater look charming—but not too overdone. Plus, the combo
won’t have you fidgeting in your seat before the pumpkin pies hit the table.
Layer the sweater over a crisp button down or let it shine by itself. Pair the
outfit with some gold jewelry and colored flats—flawless!
1969 Boyfriend Jeans, $70, gap.com
Soaring Bird Print Sweater, $23, forever21.com
Red Flats, $48, restrictedshoes.com
Coin Swag Necklace, $6, forever21.com
BY ALEXIS GAVRELIS ON 11/22/2012 12:01:00 AM
POSTED IN fashion, cheap, trend, dresses, shoes, accessories, how to, jeans, fall, comfortable, sweater, conservative