HomeOutfits By Style TypesClassy ChicWhat to Wear This Thanksgiving? Here Are Some Outfit Ideas Thanksgiving is all about food and family… Mainly, food, and the special day is just around the corner. I know we’re all excited for the after-Thanksgiving event that includes major sale markdowns, but have you already thought of your outfit for Thanksgiving celebration? You could never go wrong with a midi turtle neck dress. A dress like this is perfect for any type of special occasion because it emphasizes your body in all the right spots and very comfortable to wear. Pair it up with a black and white tribal jacket, statement silver necklace and a pair of silver pumps. This look is perfect for the warm weather. Go for a monochrome halter body-con backless dress. It shows the right amount of skin and perfect for when you’re celebrating Thanksgiving with your girlfriends. Wear this if you’re jetting off to a city with mild temperature. This look is perfect for warm locales. Go for a fun and floral printed top. Jazz it up with this beautiful green A-line skirt and nude heels. Put your hair up in a bun for a complete fresh yet cute look. Find a pretty strappy off shoulder crochet top or a dress for a more casual look. Complete your outfit with a black eyelet skirt and a vintage oval waist belt with gold tones to emphasize your curves. Keep it stylish by pairing it with gold accessories and bronzy makeup. Wear a sparkling and dazzling black quilted dress perfect for a Thanksgiving dinner or party. The cute stones are very chic and undeniably fitting for the holiday season. For your makeup, create a smokey eye, contour your face and add a peach or nude-colored lipstick. A little faux fur will look fab—and not drab—when complimented with eye-catching accessories and a navy blue maxi skirt. The entire look gives off a festive yet laid-back vibe. If you live in a colder city, why don’t you try wearing oversized knitted pieces to keep you warm? Like this amazing plaid scarf and underneath it, a warm sweater. Wearing sweaters to family feasts is a no-brainer because they look polished. Gold is a warm color so it’s perfect for when you want to feel cozy. Style your hair in waves and wear your favorite red lipstick, which is perfect for Thanksgiving dinner. Pastels and gold look gorgeous together. Find a nice fitted blazer that matches your innerwear and a gold pencil skirt. The look screams effortless but very fashion. Orange is such a bright color and totally suits the festivities. For a girly feel, add this long tutu-inspired skirt in the color peach and add accessories in gold and brown to complete this simple yet lovely holiday look. Here is a low-key holiday look with prints. Rock the black and white windowpane pixie ankle pants and windowpane tasseled loafers with an easygoing top. Match it with a faux fur knit vest. Houndstooth is one of the patterns that never seem to go out of style. Add a touch of sexiness to the classic print with a royal blue blouse and blazer. You can pair it with something red instead of blue, if you prefer. It’s a wonderful ensemble.