Thanksgiving Outfits For Woman
ig news: fall fashion is here! From pairing over-the-knee boots with literally everything to endless layering—how many sweaters is too many sweaters? The limit does not exist—there’s something about cool weather that gets us excited about our wardrobes again. Another reason to get pumped for fall? Thanksgiving. Yes, it’s finally socially acceptable to start counting down until the day you
gorge on eat pumpkin pie, mashed potatoes, and all the other glorious Turkey Day essentials. No matter what your Thanksgiving plans are this year, the real pressing question is: what are you going to wear?
Feasting in style requires some serious preparation. Whether your get-togethers are fancy soirees or informal affairs—and whether they’re with friends or family—we know that above all else that you just wanna look cute, but also feel comfortable. You can go full-on fancy in a dress and heels or keep it simple in your coziest sweatpants or pajamas (don’t forget the power of a stretchy waistband!). Below, get inspired by these 28 Thanksgiving outfit ideas that will keep you cute and comfy for every kind of celebration.
Casual Plaid Wool Blend Button Down
Hello to this chic plaid flannel! Wear this one over a tee or tank in a coordinating color, throw on some jeans, and strappy-yet-low heels and you’ve got yourself an effortless look.
High Waist Polka Dot Pleated Skirt Midi Swing Skirt
A stretch waistband is a must, and this best-selling skirt has just that. Wear it with a balloon-sleeve sweater, suede booties, and a bag, and you’ll pull up to the feast with a practical but chic ensemble.
Long Coat With Pockets
Commit to one color and then go all in, like this all-red ‘fit here, featuring a long coat, polka-dot blouse, and wide-leg pants. Perfection.
x REVOLVE Mickey Dress
Move over ankle boots! Knee-high ones are the new It fall footwear. Wear yours with a mini dress that still has long-sleeves and a knit material to keep warm.
Puff Sleeve Denim Shirt Dress With Belt
An adjustable waist belt is always the MVP of Thanksgiving dinner. Complete with the perfect billowy sleeves, this denim shirtdress is perfect for the holiday and beyond. Style it with cognac-colored booties to complete the vintage-inspired look.
Brown Animal Print Midi Slipdress
Save your summer slipdresses for fall by pairing them with chunky combat boots. Toss over a ribbed sweater or an oversized jean jacket for ultimate fall flair.
Cable Knit Boyfriend Cardigan
A cable knit cardigan will keep you warm and toasty throughout any long din this year. And while wearing white might be risky, it looks so chic, right? Layer it over your favorite bodysuit and jeans or slip dress.
Party Pajamas Set with Feathers
A pajama look with a major upgrade—you def won’t want to sleep in these. Pro tip: Accessorize with a glass of bubbly when you roll up to the dinner table.
Ruffle Crepe Floral Wrap Midi Dress
A wrap dress is easy to dress up or down. Pair with a chain-detailed sandal or suede knee-high boots. Either way, it’s a can’t-miss ensemble.
Rust Cropped Cardigan
You’ll be seeing a lot of this gorgeous rust color this season, and this oversized cropped cardigan is a great way to get on board with the hue. Pair it jeans or with a midi skirt and black tights to keep comfy and chic.
Black Long Sleeve V-Neck Bodysuit
When in doubt, turn to a long sleeve bodysuit. Add black denim, an olive overcoat, and off-white boots for an effortless holiday look.
Plaid High Waist Mini Skirt
Plaid just screams, “the holidays are here!” Pair this mini with a plain black T-shirt, a dainty necklace, and a newsboy cap for an effortless, yet put-together ensemble.
Simply Sexy | Knit Dress
From the dinner table straight to the couch. For when you want to be comfy as possible, this cozy knit dress will def do the trick.
Pull-On Tiered Maxi Skirt in Orchard Floral
How festive is this coordinating top and skirt set? It looks even better with a pair of tan booties and a chic forest-green crossbody.
Metallic Bronze Cropped Cardigan
Cardigans are the ultimate autumn staple. This bronzey one will work well with just about anything, but rock it with faded denim for an extremely ~fall~ aesthetic.
70s High-Rise Flare Jeans
It might seem too easy, but a flared jean will really elevate any denim look. Wear it with a basic tank or a dressy blouse, depending on the dinner vibe.
The Athena Nap Dress
A black smock dress is always a good choice, and one you’ll want to keep in your closet for the long run. Pair it with black or camel-colored boots and statement earrings to really make an entrance.
Black Leather Button-Up Shirt
Leather (or leather-like) button-ups are an instant outfit changer. Pair it with black leggings and a black tank top for an ultra cool edgy vibe.
Sharon Half Dramatic Dress
A belted number like this one will be perfect for any holiday event, and the rich hue is sooo pretty.
Half Zip Ribbed Pullover
A half-zip sweater is a fall piece that you can wear with pretty much anything else, but tailored leather trousers and a gold necklace give it a bit of classic elegance.
Multicolored Mesh Matching Set
The psychedelic detail in this top is everything. And with the matching pants, it’s not only great for Thanksgiving to dress up, but is also comfy to lay on the couch in when that food coma hits.
Want to make a statement this Thanksgiving? Go for this olive green jumpsuit with classic white accessories.
Black Silk Slip Dress
Throw a soft sweater over an understated slip dress for a Thanksgiving outfit that is as timeless as it is cozy.
Rust Red Floral Long Sleeve Mini Dress
I mean, you can truly never have too many floral dresses. This pretty red and cream pattern is the ideal fall combo, and that smocked waist will come in handy after your third plate of leftovers. Top off the look with a pair of strappy heels or sleek booties.
Puff Sleeved Denim Jumpsuit
A denim jumpsuit is so on-trend, and you know you’ll wear it all season. Plus, who doesn’t love a one-piece? It makes getting dressed a cinch.
Marcela Tie-Front Top
This creamy smooth top looks extra cool with matching sandals and chic brown slacks. And the tie-front detail is oh-so glam.
Andy Dress | Chocolate
Go for this chocolate button-up dress for a seasonal look. Stack on the necklaces to incorporate some texture and top off with a cool pair of boots.
Black High-Rise Skinny Jeans
Sometimes it’s best to keep it straightforward with black skinny jeans and a black top. Add a blazer and boots to dress up the look.