What to Wear: Thanksgiving

One of my favorite days of the year is nearly upon us – a mere six days from now we’ll be celebrating Thanksgiving with the greatest feast of them all, and I for one am. so. pumped. Thanksgiving celebrations vary widely – from the super casual meal that starts with the annual family turkey shoot out back to the swanky city soiree with the most judgy of judgy grandmothers – but across all variations of the annual event, one thing remains constant: intense overconsumption of delicious fare. I take the feasting pretty seriously, and given my commitment to consumption on this most important of holidays, there is one thing that holds the highest priority when considering sartorial choices for the day – elastic waistbands. A somewhat distant second on the priority list is comfortable footwear, since at my family Thanksgiving celebrations at least, there’s a lot of standing around whilst drinking bloody marys. And let’s be honest – 4-inch heels don’t feel so sexy after an enormous meal.


From left: Topshop Mirror Embellished Jumper, Mango Chiffon Long Skirt, Steven Eternnal Haircalf Flats; Kain Tamsin Silk-Chiffon Top, Topshop Knitted Tweedy Check Skirt, Marais USA Ankle Bootie; J.Crew Sequined Cotton Sweater, 3.1 Phillip Lim Silk-Crepe Harem Pants, Sam Edelman Aster Cap Toe Flats

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