Thanksgiving Outfit Inspiration

Snake Print Skirt
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Happy Thanksgiving week!  I still can't get over the fact that the holiday season has arrived.  As hard and strange as this year has been, at least it's been going by fast!  I know Thanksgiving will look different for many of us this year, as we're not able to travel or be with family, but no matter what, I hope you're able to enjoy the day.  If you're feeling down this season, remember to make time for gratitude, and write down all the things that you're thankful for.  It's a no fail way to brighten your day!

If you're still wondering what to wear on Thanksgiving day, I'm sharing 7 looks that I hope will give you some inspiration.  Whether you're dressing up, or keeping it casual, I've got you covered. 

Thanksgiving Outfit Idea

Free People Pullover

You may remember this skirt from last fall as it's been a staple in my closet.  Not only can it be dressed up or down, but it has an elastic waistband, making it perfect for turkey day!   I paired it with this rich brown top, and love the drama the balloon sleeves add.

Thanksgiving Day Outfit

In my opinion, you can never go wrong with leopard print!  This little leopard dress also has an elastic waistband, making it comfortable for a dressed up look.  If it's cold where you are, you can always add tights and black boots! This leopard sweater is most likely what I'll be wearing for Thanksgiving.  I love how it pairs well with both black or brown tones.  Whenever I want to look put together, but not too dressed, I always reach for my black jeans.

Thanksgiving Day Outift

If I'm wearing denim on a holiday, I always reach for a dark blue or black pair as they have a dressier feel.  These dark AG jeans are BEYOND comfortable, and these high rise black ones are super flattering.  I love how they both pair well with brown and camel tones for a cute and casual Thanksgiving outfit.

Spanx Faux Leather Leggings

I also feel you can never go wrong with the Spanx Faux Leather Leggings.  The faux leather gives them a dresser feel, yet they're so comfortable.  I added my tunic sweater for a more relaxed look, but also dressed them up by pairing them with a camisole and sweater coat.

Tell me, which look is your favorite?  Will you be dressing up and keeping things casual?

XO Rachael


  1. hi! what software do you use to edit your photos?

  2. Lovely outfits. Have a happy Thanksgiving!

  3. Love all of these outfit ideas! My favorite is the first look with the snakeprint skirt! Happy Thanksgiving!

    Jill - Doused in Pink

  4. Nice fashion! What software do you use to edit your photos?