November 13, 2017

Thanksgiving Outfit Ideas You Can Wear All Winter Long

 Of all the holidays, Thanksgiving seems to be the one that I used to struggle with dressing for the most. How casual is too casual and how dressy is too dressy? Unlike the 4th of July's casual sundresses or Christmas' luxe velvet, Thanks
giving seems to be something of a happy medium for most people, like a formal casual.

  Now that I've finally figured out the balance of the holiday that officially kicks off the holiday season, I've gathered together pieces that are perfect for Thanksgiving, easy to dress up and down, and that can be paired with other pieces well after the holiday's over {because a neutral-toned sweater with the prettiest details shouldn't be limited to wearing one day a year}!



Dresses
Think rich tones and classic styles with trendy elements such as flowing bell sleeves. Dress them up with a statement necklace and heels or down with booties and a cardigan.

 


Tops, Sweaters, and Capes
Say "yes yes yes" to a closet full of the coziest knits that will keep you both warm and cute on Thanksgiving and well after the holiday's over. Easily paired with a statement necklace and earrings or a scarf, these sweaters can be styled an endless amount of ways


Pants and Skirts
Make a statement {even if it's as subtle as black velvet}



Shoes
A classic pair of shoes can last a lifetime in your closet because you'll always want to pair them with everything! My advice? Make sure you have at last one neutral colored bootie to pair with all of your warm toned clothing and at least one to pair with all your cool toned clothing.


Jewelry
Finish off your Thanksgiving look with just the right amount of sparkle! Too make sure that I'm not overaccessorized or overwhelmingly busy, I typically chose to do a statement necklace and simple earrings, or a simple necklace and statement earrings, not both.


  I'd love to see your Thanksgiving style! Tag me in your Thankgiving OOTDs on Instagram @Eva_Phan, or use the hashtag #evadarling!

xx,
Eva


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