5 Last-Minute Thanksgiving Outfits That Are Comfy, Cozy & Cute
Hey guys. In this style guide, I'm going to be sharing with you five last-minute Thanksgiving outfit ideas. Holiday festivities are on their way, and you want to be looking on point.
So whether you'll be going out to someone's house or spending it at home, and whether you like to dress up, dress casually, or somewhere in between, there is an outfit here for you.
1. Fall jumpsuit
First up, we have a plaid jumpsuit that I originally bought with summer in mind, but here I'm rocking it for fall by pairing a black turtleneck underneath. I also added a brown leather belt with pearl details around the buckle to break up the continuous jumpsuit look.
To finish the look off, I'm wearing ankle booties and a beret. I love how the jumpsuit has a bit of a flair touch on the bottom, and I feel like that's kind of what makes it more dressed up.
You could also switch out the turtleneck for a sheer top if you want to dress this outfit up a little more.
2. Moto and skirt
Up next is a skirt in a sweater-type material. The skirt alone looks very feminine, but I went ahead and threw a moto jacket over it to change the look entirely and give it a bit more attitude.
I'm wearing a red turtleneck underneath the same color as the jacket. The red matched with the beige gives the outfit warm holiday vibes. Finally, I'm wearing ankle booties on my feet, which give the look a bit of a rocker twist.
I think that moto jackets with dresses and skirts are such a cool thing to mix, it's kind of like two different elements that you wouldn't necessarily match together, but when you put them together, they just look so nice.
3. Oversized glam
Look number three is an oversized gray sweater paired with a white denim skirt. This look is cozy and simple. To add a pop of color, I added a pair of red booties in a Western style, and I just love how bold a statement they are.
I also brought in some red with a small purse. This look is for my girls who don't want to wear jeans but don't want to dress up. It's a little bit of chic without overdoing it too much.
4. Sexy monochrome
Here we have a sexy all-black look. I paired a ruffled suede miniskirt with over-the-knee boots; they're just such a no-fail combination. I'm also wearing a black top with sheer details around the neckline and at the end of the sleeves.
Finally, to add a gentle touch of color, I added a light mint crossbody bag. This is a very subtle way of incorporating color into the look.
5. Trench vest
Last but not least, I paired some denim jeans that are stretchy and comfortable with a sleeveless trench vest. This look is super simple and super sleek.
I added a pair of snakeskin pumps, but if you want to keep the whole look more casual and don't want to do heels, you can pair some flats. The sleeveless trench is really the main focus of the outfit and makes it look more put together and dressed up.
Last-minute Thanksgiving outfits
There you have it: five outfits that you can wear this Thanksgiving. Some are more dressed up and some are more casual, so whatever vibe you're going for, I hope there is something here to inspire you.
Just make sure you wear something comfortable so you can fit in all the delicious food that you're going to eat!
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These are all fantastic outfits, but that jumpsuit!! 😱 That’s definitely my favorite on you!
I’m an in-betweener size and I shy away from jumpsuits. (And overalls sadly- but I am determined to find some that I feel cute in)
I like how you transitioned that jumpsuit to warm it up!
thank you for the tips!
I’m so happy you liked these looks! Thank you! You can definitely find a jumpsuit even if you are between sizes. There’s so many styles and materials of jumpsuits you can definitely find one that fits perfectly to your style. 🥰