Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Thanksgiving Outfit Ideas & Table Inspiration

This time next week, I will be heading home for some time off for Thanksgiving! It has been since June that I have actually gone home to my house (technically my parent’s house) in Fairhope, and even then, I wasn’t staying there. It has been crazy to me how infrequently I’ve visited home since moving to Birmingham and am finally itching to get back. Usually, for Thanksgiving, we head to my grandparent’s house in Monroeville, AL, but this year we are going to their beach house instead. I have plans near Fairhope on Tuesday and Wednesday night, and my aunt and uncle are flying into town for the week that they decided this makes the most sense. I know Thanksgiving can look a little different for everyone, so I thought it would be fun to share three different outfit ideas for the occasion. Most of the pieces can be purchased online at a new-to-me online boutique called Gold & Grae. I’ve done my best to include sizing for y’all in case you’re interested in purchasing any of the pieces! I also couldn’t help but briefly transform our dining room in Birmingham for the holiday, which maybe will inspire any of you who, like me, have been tasked with setting the table for the meal. 

One thing you will notice with all of these outfits is that they definitely aren’t overly bundled. Alabama’s weather hasn’t been all that cold on Thanksgiving in a while, and I suspect it will follow the same trend this year. Plus, given the fact that I’ll be at the beach and we eat our Thanksgiving meal inside, these pieces would be comfortable for that! 

Outfit Idea Number 1:


Floral Mock Neck Top (c/o - Wearing a Small) // Jeans // Booties

Rusts and browns scream fall to me, making this top fit the bill for Thanksgiving. I’m not usually a huge fan of things being tight on my neck (it’s weird, I know), so this mock neck worked well for me! The cinched sleeves are also nice since you can easily push them up as you set the table (or wash the dishes). I did wear a tank top underneath the top since it is a bit sheer and opted to front tuck it into my favorite pair of affordable jeans. Throw on a pair of booties and hoop earrings, and you’re set to go. 

Outfit Idea Number 2:


This is the warmest outfit of the bunch, and despite being trendy is incredibly comfortable making it great for during the meal and when you feel stuffed afterward. I have a lot of grey sweaters in my closet, but this one definitely takes the cake for being the most unique given its asymmetrical hem. I love that it is long enough to pair with faux leather leggings without feeling exposed, and adding over the knee boots keeps it comfortable while still looking chic.

Outfit Idea Number 3: 

 Crimson Mixed Media Dress (c/o – Wearing a Small)

Maybe this dress would be better for the Saturday following Thanksgiving when everyone is saying roll tide, but why not wear it twice! As someone a little bit taller than average, I love it when a dress’s length doesn’t leave me second-guessing. The mixed material on the front helps make the short sleeve silhouette seem more seasonally appropriate, and best of all, it has pockets! 


What is your typical Thanksgiving outfit?

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