I am EXTRA excited for Thanksgiving this year! And that’s because we get to spend Thanksgiving this year with my family. I have not seen my dad in 3 years, I think? And I have missed him and my mom so much! I even set my Thanksgiving tablescape up with us not being there 🤣. If you follow along on Instagram, you know I am part of the one percent (or at least it feels like) that hasn’t put up the Christmas tree yet. I feel like Thanksgiving needs its time to shine, you know?
With Thanksgiving approaching next week, I thought it would be fun to share four cute and comfy Thanksgiving outfits with you. Many of us are running around, cooking and cleaning, and dressing to the 9’s just doesn’t make sense. And after so much food, leggings do sound better than high-rise no-stretch denim, right?
Let’s talk looks … in over to achieve a cute and comfy look, it must be casual and easy to move in. It doesn’t feel constraining, it’s not right, but it’s cute. Also, no heels!
I bought this necklace a few weeks ago and you either love it or hate it! Personally, it has become one of my favorite accessories! It is so fun and can really dress up any outfit. I love the statement it makes with any outfit really! Also, pleather pants have become my favorite pants. I wear mine all. the. time.
A cute and casual monochromatic look, but in blue! This off-the-shoulder sweater is so cute! I kept the look a bit more feminine for this outfit with a pearl headband (this one is adorable and under $20) and ballet flats.
I love this utility jacket- it adds such a flare to any look but without overdoing it. You know I also had to add leggings look for this cute and comfy thanksgiving outfits roundup. This would be a great outfit if you’re expecting to!
Coming in with the final look with an oversized sweater and distressed denim and a little pop of print against a neutral look with leopard loafers!
Which of these cute and comfy Thanksgiving outfits is your favorite? Let me know below! Need to know now, do you have your Christmas tree up yet, or do you only decorate for Christmas after Thanksgiving?
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