Giving thanks in style

November 27, 2013

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Well, tomorrow is Turkey Day. By now, you know where you are celebrating and what you will be eating and you may even already be there and prepping said food. However, many of you may not yet know what you are wearing. If you’re in this boat, here are some on-trend ideas to help you decide:

Flannel

The nineties are back and with them came flannel. Cozy up in a flannel button-down for an easy, rustic look. Whether paired with a skinny jean and boot for a casual take on holiday dressing or tucked into a skirt and adorned with a statement necklace for a more formal gathering, you’ll look both festive and fresh.

Knits

If comfort is your number one priority, then a cozy, statement-making knit is your best bet. Pull on a grandpa cardigan or sweater tunic and leggings or slim pant. Not only will you look smart in family photos, but you will be able to eat to your heart’s content without cursing your waistband and you will be warm and comfortable in your post-turkey, football-viewing haze.

Leather

If you were planning on a more high fashion holiday, then leather is the way to go. Leather pieces and leather details are having a moment right now and there is almost no better way to add some glamour to the celebration. Don a leather skirt, leather blazer or even leather pants if you are daring enough or go a more subtle route by selecting pieces with leather piping, leather trimming or other leather adornments.

But, no matter the outfit, don’t forget your Adea layering pieces for warmth, coverage and support. And have a very Happy Thanksgiving!



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