Thanksgiving break is busy time. You’ve got relatives you’ve never seen before invading your house, old flames are back in town trying to hit you up, and about a dozen different parties to attend – all of which require a cute outfit.
That being said, everyone knows you can’t fully dedicate yourself to traditional holiday gorging in belly-constricting skinny jeans. You need to get yourself a look that does both: looks fly as hell and is comfy enough for a third-trimester food baby. Thankfully, these comfy-cute Thanksgiving outfit ideas will give you plenty of room for seconds (yes, and also dessert).
Add this plush faux fur coat to any basic outfit to level-up your entire look. The material is as cozy as a blanket, so no matter how many plates you’ve had that day, uncomfortable is one thing you won’t be (you might be full, tho).
Stayed out too late on Blackout Wednesday? Roll out of bed and head straight to your Thanksgiving dinner with these ultra soft velour pants that look and feel so freaking fancy.
Sweater (Vest) Weather
The sweater vest is the IT piece this fall and 100% appropriate for your family’s Thanksgiving dinner (’cause your dad will probably be wearing the same one).
Cool-Girl Shirt Dress
A shirt dress is a fall staple. Adding a belt really gives the oversized silhouette some shape, plus you can adjust it according to your comfort, depending on how much pie you eat.
Game Day Best
Football gear at a family party is totally allowed at Thanksgiving. Grab your favorite side dish and scream at the television with the whole fam.
*Promises mom you won’t wear leggings to Thanksgiving.* *Wears leather leggings instead.* Amp up the wardrobe staple with a faux leather version. They’re super stretchy and comfortable, but look a little more dressy.
Zero Pants Required
Forget the worry of waistbands with a pretty embroidered dress that gives you extra room. The embroidery is feminine and unique, plus the long sleeve is perfect for autumn layering.
Cozy In Cashmere
You can never go wrong with a cashmere sweater that will keep you warm and cozy all day long. PLUS the vibrant hue really jumps out.
A flowy skirt is easy to wear (especially after your third plate) and super cute enough for an outfit pic. Pair with a cropped sweater and booties to give it more of a fall-season feel, then wear it with a tank when spring rolls around.
Baggy is Better
“Skinny jeans” are practically a curse word during the Thanksgiving season, because this holiday is all about saving room for your food baby. Wear a pair of boyfriend jeans with a tee for an easy Thanksgiving look.
A Pretty Wrap
Wrap dresses are a necessity in every closet – no matter what the season. The adjustable waist tie will be your best friend during your Thanksgiving feast and the midi cut looks put-together for all those family pics.
Sleeping Bag Sweater
Get you an outfit that comes prepped for your post-feast nap. This comfy sweater is like a sleeping bag with arms.
Shhh… They’re Leggings
Thanksgiving without leggings is like turkey without the gravy – you could do it, but it just wouldn’t be as good. Opt for a fun checkered version that looks like pants, but still provides ample stretch.
Tuck a cozy sweater into a pair of sweats (or even pajama pants, tbh) on Thanksgiving Day to properly utilize that stretchy waistband.
A jumpsuit is a great option for a Thanksgiving outfit. It’s a trendy look that requires zero effort. Just zip it up and get to eating.
Oversized & Longline
The word “oversized” is in everyone’s Thanksgiving vocabulary, in reference to your outfit and your plate. You’ll live in this extra long tunic for Turkey Day and beyond.
’90s Slip Dress
The slip-dress is an elegant go-to for every season. In the summer, wear it with platform sandals. For Thanksgiving, pair yours with a denim jacket or layer it over a turtleneck.
Cardigan or Blanket? You Decide
This plush cardi will have you fully prepped for that afternoon nap. Dress it down with a cute tee and jeans or add polish with a classic LBD.
Sweatpants, but make it fashion. Let’s be real: in 2020, everyone will be wearing sweats on Thanksgiving.
Two words: utility suit. This loose-fit floral number is a must for a lowkey Friendsgiving get-together. Add a beanie and sneakers for the a cool-girl look that fits the holiday.
Baby Doll Dress
Your growing food baby requires a flowy babydoll-style dress. This one is made out of a lightweight fabric, so nothing feels heavy or tight. Just how Thanksgiving dinner outfits should be, amiright?
Simple, chic, and a fall staple. Stay comfy and cozy in a posh taupe hoodie dress.
Super Soft Slip
A simple, satin slip skirt is something you can throw on and look completely put together (who doesn’t love that)! Plus it can be paired with basically anything: T-shirts, cropped sweaters, oversized turtlenecks. Need I say more?
A Festive Bow
Something about a bow collar makes a look feel so *festive*. Plus, it pairs well with your comfiest jeans or leggings.
Cozy Sweater Dress
I have this dress in my closet and I’m obsessed. The stretchy waffle material is lightweight and super cozy. The zipper is a great detail and makes it extra easy when changing into your pajamas after a long day of eating and enjoying family.
Cottagecore Cardigan Set
This knit bralette/sweater combo is so trendy. It’s super chic-looking before the meal and super comfy after it.
The Canadian tuxedo, upgraded. The ivory corduroy material is a stylish version of the blues you were for every holiday get-toegther.
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