Monday, November 11, 2013

Fashion Trends: Your Thanksgiving Wardrobe, Look Your Best

Thanksgiving Dress Code

The Thanksgiving season offers many styles for looking your best. Whether you’re attending a family dinner, hosting a family dinner or not planning to get all decked out. Here are a few signature trends from glam to adding fab to a simple look.

Amanda Uprichard Cutout Back Ponte Sheath Dress $168

A sheath dress is simple but keep the glam factor in a color. A posh shade would be a flattering pink, this style offers a basic look in the front with a touch of a statement in the back.

Lovers + Friends Always Sequin Pants $220.00

If you’re planning on making it a pants day make them glitz. These navy sequins pants makes it easy to transition with simple black pieces so you can be comfy but still dazzle.

Lucca Couture Love Blockdown Black Velvet Dress $87

Velvet textures are amazing for the holidays and very elegant. This style offers that young approach giving you a touch of color block elements while also playing it safe with the shade.

Soprano Sleeveless Double V All Over Ruched Dress $24.99

White can be very glamorous don’t be afraid of winter whites. For those hosting those white parties a fitted ruching style is flattering on the body and perfect for a dinner look.

Rose Border Burnout Velvet Open Cardigan $449

Open cardigans with that extra touch makes a wonderful look. If you’re cooking the day of and don’t want to go beyond with your look, try a open cardigan. It’s perfect with black leggings as long as the cardigan offers that fashion star quality.

1 comment:

nena said...

This year we will be spending Thanksgiving with family and I really want to dress for the occasion, but keep it nice and comfortable for the day. We all know by the time we get to the pumpkin pie, our tummies are fuller than we had planned them to be. I would love to go back to the previous post and find the perfect open cardigan. I would pair it with a nice dark pair of jeans and a classic fitted top. I think I've always like to wear a nice pair of boots for Thanksgiving. Last year I picked up a brown fringe pair at Marshalls and I think they would be perfect for Thanksgiving this year.


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