To keep the focus on what's really important this Thanksgiving (pigging out on pecan pie, taking endless pictures of your baby niece, and staking out a prime TV-watching spot on the couch), we've got your wardrobe situation all planned out. Luckily, the ideas below can be created with a beautiful new faux-fur coat or your old winter trench. Whether your holiday is in a big city or a rural town, these Thanksgiving outfit ideas go over just as well as your mom's infamous stuffing.
From several ways to style a cozy sweater to a plaid skirt outfit designed for chic lounging, each look is sure to impress your relatives while still allowing room for an extra helping of turkey—we promise.
A simple black sweater is cozy, cute, and a total family favorite.
H&M Ribbed Turtleneck Sweater ($25)
Wear your go-to cable knit sweater with baggy trousers.
Bb Dakota Isn't She Cute Cable Knit Crop Sweater ($79)
A suede jacket pairs well with everything—from a pleated skirt to black skinnies.
Deadwood Kylie Suede Jacket ($430)
A fun feathered dress says you're not afraid of standing out.
LPA Aurora Dress ($158)
A plaid skirt is perhaps the most classic Thanksgiving-dinner essential ever.
Daisy Street Pleated Skirt ($29)
Yep, the peasant-dress trend is still going strong.
Loveshackfancy Edie Dress ($325)
Keep it simple (but cool) with light-wash denim.
Levi's High Loose Jeans ($98)
A chic slip skirt in any color is a Thanksgiving dinner must-have.
Vince Slip Skirt ($186)
We're loving the mix of textures here.
Schutz Maryana Tall Boots ($238)
We're in love with this mauvy brown color for fall.
Mango Off-Shoulder Pleated Dress ($120)
Nothing says you're fierce (and ready to feast) more than leopard-print pants.
Good American Velvet Leopard Suit Pants ($169)
Check a denim dress off your wish list ASAP.
Triarchy Denim Shirtdress ($145)
The easiest Thanksgiving outfit in the world.
Frankie Shop Linda Twill Jumpsuit ($275)
Make any outfit 10 times cooler with a big, bold headband.
Loeffler Randall Marina Puffy Headband ($60)
Next up, all the best Thanksgiving outfits you can score from Zara.
This post was originally published and updated at a later date by Eva Thomas.
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