Do you know what you’re wearing for Thanksgiving this year? Around here, it’s all about comfortable cute Thanksgiving outfits. We ain’t got time for anything other than comfort! But these Thanksgiving outfit ideas won’t sacrifice on style!
Joggers and a Sweater Outfit
I first discovered this outfit when I was putting together last year’s six Thanksgiving outfit ideas! And have I ever turned back? Nope. Joggers paired with an oversized sweater became one of my go-to’s for winter. It’s comfortable but still feels more put-together than sweats. Just try it. You’ll never be the same. 😉
Sweater Skirt Set
This is another set that I purchased last year but I’m still loving! In fact, this year, I went back and ordered it in black! It’s sold as a set, but both pieces can be worn countless ways. I adore the comfort of the elastic waistband rib knit skirt. And pairing it with the matching sweater elevates it into a dress look. If you want to go more casual, pair the skirt with a tee and casual jacket!
Plaid Shacket and Leggings Outfit
Have you embraced the shacket life? I clearly have. (Five shacket outfits here!) This one is my latest purchase from Walmart’s Free Assembly line. Pairing it with an all-black outfit base elevates the look even though I’m wearing leggings! I also added a mock neck sweater to keep it extra cozy. (Want more Spanx leggings outfits? Check out my five fall Spanx faux leather leggings outfits, eight faux leather leggings outfits, and four more faux leather leggings looks!)
Dark Floral Dress
If pants are a no-go, which for me they often are, then an easy dress like this is the way to go! It has a relaxed fit, and still feels on-trend with a winter floral print and boho cut. Want more dress options? Check out my favorite dark floral dresses post!
Sweater Coat Outfit
You know I couldn’t just do one leggings look! 😉 For this one, I went more classic than trendy. A white flannel button down and a beautiful cream sweater coat make the perfect neutral pairing! For the shoe, I went with a nude mule. If you wanted a more dressed-down look, go with a sneaker or even a slipper. (I won’t tell.)
In years past, sweater dresses have been one of my go-to’s on Thanksgiving. When heading to the in-laws, I like to be a little dressier than at home. An easy dress like this one is the answer. It’s still comfortable and the fit is super-relaxed. It’s an effortless look yet put-together. Be sure to size down in this dress. I’m also wearing it backward for the v to be in the front!