It's tempting to show up to Thanksgiving
with the family in stretch pants and a sweatshirt
. You know you're going to be eating
a lot and you're with relatives who've known you since you wore diapers, so we understand the urge. That said, unless you want to get a grown-up scolding from your mom and invite all sorts of judgments from relatives you haven't seen in a while, you're better off wearing something stylish and comfy. Yes, it can be done. Here, we've shopped out a few of our favorites, all of which will have you looking effortlessly fashionable and appropriate this Thanksgiving
Free People London Peacoat ($148):
Corduroy's back in a big way this season, so show up on-trend and easygoing to your family's T-Day in this autumnal number.
Mango Printed Pleated Skirt ($80):
Just add a simple tee and moto jacket or a cozy knit to this statement skirt and you'll have a very haute holiday.
J.Crew Plaid Single-Breasted Topcoat ($398):
You want your Thanksgiving outfit to be comfy but pulled together, so top off your cozy clothes with a tailored coat for instant polish.
Zara Animal Print Dress ($70):
Elastic waistbands are key on turkey day. Opt for an easy leopard dress with a twist to gorge yourself in style.
Topshop Houston Ankle Boots ($110):
For when you want a little lift but don't want to be teetering around your aunt's house in stilettos, go for slick block-heeled ankle boots.
Baublebar Emma Hoop Earrings ($38):
The quickest way to dress up any outfit is with a statement earring. Not only will everyone across the table see them even when you're seated, you don't have to worry about them not fitting after the big meal.
Bl-nk Velia Neck-Tie Blouse ($128):
Wow your relatives in a mixed print tie-neck top. It looks great tucked into jeans or worn loose and flowy.
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