Let’s admit it, Thanksgiving is going to look a little different this year. Although every year, our outfit of choice is up for debate, we still struggle with one question, What are we going to wear? Whether you plan on celebrating at home, on Zoom, or a socially distant gathering, we have a few outfit options to help get you dress your plate and style at the dinner table.
- A sweater dress is the perfect go to option that you don’t have to think too much about. You can literally grab it, throw it on, and go. Styling it with a statement belt will add something extra to it. H&M has an array of affordable sweater dresses ranging from $17.99 to $49.99. Hurry though because they sell out pretty fast!
- We’ve all been living in sweatsuits this year, so why switch up now. It’s perfectly fine if you choose to keep that same energy and wear your sweatsuit on Thanksgiving. You can pretty much find them at any major retailer. Nike offers sweatsuits in almost every color, but if you’re looking for a more affordable option, Walmart sells them too.
- You’re guaranteed to be comfortable in a pair of leggings because you won’t have to worry about unfastening your pants to make room for more food. Style your leggings with an oversized sweater, or a basic t-shirt with a chunky cardigan. You can find these leather leggings at ASOS for $35.00.
- Slip dresses. Style your slip dress with a t-shirt or a turtleneck underneath. You’ll have room to move around in without feeling restricted. This slip dress is at Zara for $49.90.
- Whether you decide to wear a flannel dress or a classic flannel button up with jeans, you’ll be stylish either way. Flannels are popular around this time of year, and never go out of style. Pretty little thing sells stylish flannels for $30.
- Honestly, why get dressed up just to sit in the house and eat? Since 2020 has us doing things different from before, ditch the formal wear for a pair of festive pajamas. Target is famous for offering holiday pajamas for the entire family.
How do you plan on celebrating Thanksgiving this year? Whatever you decide, please be safe.