We are officially one week away from Thanksgiving you guys! How crazy is that?! Is anyone else feeling swamped this week as a result? I feel like I’m drowning a little bit. I have a friend coming to town Saturday and then six family members arrive on Sunday for the week! I’m trying to get ahead on everything so that I can unplug while everyone’s here and enjoy my time with them and man oh man the pressure is on. Today and tomorrow is all I have left! I’m meeting a blogger friend today (weather permitting) and we’re going to shoot some looks. Charlie is thankful for a break from the camera, haha! It will also be a nice break from desk work for me but I don’t have to feel guilty since I’ll still technically be working, hehe.
SWEATER (under $25!) | SKIRT (c/o Chicwish), under $50 and comes in black and grey | GOLD BOOTIES, similar here | GOLD CLUTCH (under $25 and comes in 4 other colors) | WATCH, similar here, same style in silver | EARRINGS, similar here
With Thanksgiving being a week away, I thought I’d share some Thanksgiving inspiration over here. I read the funniest thing recently that said “Thanksgiving is a week away. Do you have your outfit to wear to the living room yet?” I seriously laughed so hard because it’s so true. I’ve always gotten dressed up for Thanksgiving. Some years I go more casual and other years I go dressier, but I always like to feel festive, even in the living room. 😛
Today I thought I would share a dressy Thanksgiving outfit idea for those of you that like to dress up! I got the prettiest brown skirt from Chicwish and thought it make a perfect Thanksgiving piece. I loved the gold buttons on the skirt so I decided to accentuate those with a pair of gold booties and a gold clutch. A little flashy, but sometimes that can be fun. 😉
Since there was so much metallic shine happening, I tried to keep the rest of the outfit a bit more subdued.I just wore a chunky, light tan off-the shoulder sweater and a simple but dress pair of gold earrings. The sweater is perfect because it’s a tad oversized so you can just untuck the sweater once the Thanksgiving bloat sets in to disguise your new food baby. 😛 Here is another way you can style this sweater, too!
Do you like dressing up for Thanksgiving too? Do you prefer a dressy Thanksgiving outfit or a casual one? I haven’t decided what I’m going to wear this year, but I’m leaning towards something casual and comfy since we’re hosting and I’ll be spending a lot of my time in the kitchen! Thanks for reading today you guys! Catcha next time!