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November 2017

Thanksgiving Looks We Love

7 Outfits To Keep You Seasonal + Satiated In Fashion

It’s officially Thanksgiving week. And whether you’re making your way home through terminals, airports, or freeways, that one inevitable question eventually comes up: what am I going to wear to Thanksgiving dinner? Because no turkey holiday is one size fits all, we’ve created 7 sophisticated outfits perfect for whether you feel like chilling out at home in sleek pants in the color of the season, or dressing up to meet the parents in an on-trend velvet dress paired with heels. The best part is that we've given you plenty of options for a week filled with gatherings. Don't recycle that tried and true sweater. It's time to kick it up a notch. - you’ll thank us later. -AR + TR

If You Prefer Pants

Move over PSL. Pumpkin is the color of fall. Show off a leopard print high heeled loafer with these ankle grazing satin pants and a cozy mock neck sweater for a look that's dressed up, not down. 

It's always a good idea to keep a pair of dressier pants (satins, shimmer, embellished) in your wardrobe for those moments when you need to rise to the occasion but don't want to put on a skirt or dress. Because the color is understated, you'll pull these off easily by pairing with an eye catching yet tonal ruffled sweater and sandals with pearl detail. 


One thing everyone can agree on? We all want to be comfy at the Thanksgiving dinner table. Not only is this off the shoulder midi dress made from a feel-good wool knit, it screams sophistication when paired unexpectedly with color contrasting loafers.

For a dressier look, we love the gorgeous color of this Banana Republic collab dress by Olivia Palermo. And we also love the totally cool combo of this dress with a tall, slouchy boot. 


Totally monochromatic = totally chic. Especially when your outfit matches the Merlot flowing around the table. The assymetrical style of this skirt in faux leather looks like a million bucks, especially when worn with this sweater in a matching plum color and retro-style kitten heels. 

If It's Time To Try The Season's Velvet Trend

A tie neck blouse in velvet? Yes, please. Exude elegance by wearing with brocade ankle boots and a dramatic wide-leg trouser.  

Wrap styling adds special oomph to this dress, and so do these runway-rich satin pumps in bright fuchsia. Say hello to your statement-making outfit.