Thanksgiving Dinner OOTD

Thanksgiving is the perfect time to be surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones alike. You get to relax and enjoy some of the best foods and family traditions. Personally, pumpkin pie is my favorite part :). My family is a little less traditional in the sense that my mom, dad and little brother are all vegan! So my sister and I have to fend for ourselves when it comes to the ham and turkey lol. They always find it funny to tease us about trying tofurky though (never gonna happen).

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With Thanksgiving comes dinner, and that means you need something to wear to impress the relatives while also looking like you didn’t try super hard. This look is ideal because you get the relaxed and cozy look from the sweater, but its amplified with the sleek booties and handbag.

A big thick knit sweater is a staple for the fall time and one of the simplest ways to style it is with some classic skinny jeans and some booties. My sweater was a gift from my boyfriend’s mom, so it makes it special to wear when I’ll be around loved ones again. My jeans are my favorite high waisted ones from Express and my classic black booties are from Designer Shoe Warehouse.

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Accessories are the key to taking any look to the next level. By adding a vintage ring, a chic watch, and a sleek handbag, my look gives off a presence of being more put together. My simple yet trendy watch is from Forever 21 and so is my vintage ring. I also got my new favorite handbags from Shein.com.

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Let me know in the comments what your favorite part about Thanksgiving is and I hope you all have an amazing holiday! And know that I am so thankful for all of you who subscribe to my blog ❤ Stay tuned for more looks and outfit inspiration!

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2 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Dinner OOTD

  1. WOW! I love the look – the glasses and sweater! I can’t wait to dress up for our thanksgiving dinner this year! As a vegan, I am still not completely sold on the tofurky idea either :). I wish everyone a wonderful thanksgiving with family, friends and loved ones!

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  2. My outfit will be more conducive to cooking in a warm kitchen, including wearing an apron for much of the day. In the morning, however, I’ll be wearing warm running clothes for the Columbus Turkey Trot. I’ll save this year’s awsome-looking long-sleeve Turkey Trot race shirt to wear for the rest of the day. It’s always fun to see what you wear to family events. Thanks for sharing again, and never say never… you never know… yum! Ha ha ha! ;-D

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