Do you go casual, dressy, or somewhere in between for your Thanksgiving attire? I hit it somewhere in the middle. It’s no secret I love to dress up, but I am hosting Thanksgiving at my house this year so I’ll be working and moving around a lot. I’m hoping because I’ll be so busy hosting/cooking that I won’t have time to overeat! I hate that feeling!! Today, I’m sharing some affordable looks that are perfect for Thanksgiving! Tweak them to make them your own, but all of these pieces are great basics and can be worn all fall/winter long!
This first look is a cozy oversized sweater paired with this adorable tweed skirt. My favorite over the knee boots finish off the look. I own these boots in 3 colors. They are THAT good. Use code FALL2020 for 30% off this entire look. I would use the express shipping option which is free over $100! This outfit just screams fall!
Look number two is a cozy Amazon finds sweater It comes in multiple colors and is only $34. You could also pair it with some dark denim jeans for a more casual look. I personally don’t care for jeans on thanksgiving because mine are mostly high waisted and don’t give! I paired it with a cute faux leather skirt that is currently 50% off and my snakeskin boots for the perfect fall holiday look!
Look number three is a gorgeous puff sleeve top currently on sale for $29 and it comes in 6 colors. I paired it with leather joggers from Target! These are on sale for $16 and will sell out quickly! I paired it with leopard pumps that are currently on sale for $89. I have also worn this outfit with my favorite leopard sneakers that are also on sale!
Outfit number four is this gorgeous cowl neck sweater dress. It’s only $25 and with my discount code D1emilyyoung78, you can get an extra 15% off! This is such a casual, timeless look that will never go out of style! I paired it with some tan suede boots for the perfect neutral look!
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I hope these looks will give you some inspo for your Thanksgiving Day look! 2020 has been the strangest year, but there is SO much to be thankful for. I can’t wait to celebrate with a SMALL (thanks Covid) group of family this year and count our blessings! Thanks for following along, friends!