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How to look like the trendy one at Thanksgiving

 
Thanksgiving is a day of thanks, family and eating, and sometimes it can be hard to know what to wear. Sure, it’s always fun to get dressed up, but the holiday doesn’t really call for that ball gown in the back of your closet. But then again, you don’t wanna look like a bum in front of your extended family. We’re showing you how to look good and feel great—and rightfully take your place as the trendy one at your family gathering. 

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    Nice & easy

    This look is perfect for those who want to look fancy but keep things fairly informal. Wearing your everyday jeans and throwing on a nice top with some interesting accessories will make you look put-together without being overdressed.

    Oversized Cardigan, $43, chicnova.com

    Striped blouse, $12, vessos.com

    Jeans, $70, gap.com

    Heeled Boots, $35, forever21.com

    Studs, $28, shopbop.com

    Beaded Ring, $8, monki.com

    Leopard Circle Scarf, $23, overstock.com

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    Comfy yet cute

    This comfy yet cute look is perfect for those who need to dress nicely, but don’t want to be stuck in a stiff dress or formal skirt/jacket combo. This comfortable jersey frock is super-cute and instantly makes you grandma-approved. Buckle up those heeled booties, pull on some sheer tights, and top everything off with a couple pieces of gold jewelry.

    Polka dot dress, $20, forever21.com

    Sheer Tights, $6, hanes.com

    Ankle Booties, $50, newlook.com

    Bangle, $20, blingforever.com

    Gold necklace, $50, mango.com

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    Keepin’ it laid back

    This Laid back look is perfect if your family is a football-watching, three-kinds-of-turkey-eating family. With all that noshing and lounging, you’ll want to break out your stretchy pants. Throw on those leggings and an oversized sweater with your favorite boots and you’ll be ready to relax.

    Loose Knit Sweater, $34, blackfive.com

    Leggings, $20, nordstroms.com

    Lace up boots, $70, solesociety.com

    Clear Hand bag, $35, stylemoi.com

    Bracelet, $34, witchery.com

    Drop earrings, $6, charlotterusse.com

    Rose bud scarf, $40, houseoffraser.com

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    Dressed to impress

    This dressed-to-impress look is perfect for those who go all-out for the holidays. If your family is all about dressing up for a formal dinner, then it’s time to go fancy. Keep it sophisticated with a full skirt, bold jewelry, and heeled booties and you’ll be able to actually walk in.

    Woolen Dress Coat, $45, blackfive.com

    Long Sleeve Crop Top, $11, forever21.com

    Patterned High Waist Skirt, $41, blackfive.com

    Polka dot tights, $15, asos.com

    Heeled Booties, $50, hm.com

    Shoulder Bag, $31, stylemoi.com

    Blue-jeweled bracelet, $28, atstyle247.com

    Red Earrings, $24, boticca.com

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by Georgia Caroline Milton | 2/1/2016
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