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Fashion Friday & Food: 5 Outfits for Thanksgiving and a Holiday Punch Recipe

Fashion:

Already wondering what to wear for Thanksgiving? Trying to make the most of what’s in your closet or in search of something new? Here are five outfits fit for everything from a cozy Thanksgiving at home to one at the in-laws or friend’s house.

#1

Black dress, sheer tights, tan boots. Classic and appropriate for a casual or more formal dinner setting where you're not certain of the dress code.
Black dress, sheer tights, tan boots. Classic and appropriate for a casual or more formal dinner setting where you’re not certain of the dress code.

#2

Boho chic. Fun and flirty, perfect for a gathering with family and close friends.
Boho chic. Fun and flirty, perfect for a gathering with family and close friends.

#3

This one's for my friend, Jenny, who is always cold. A nice oversized sweater paired with black pants, jeans, or leggings, and topped off with some faux fur makes a cute and comfortable (and warm) outfit for Thanksgiving.
This one’s for my friend, Jenny, who is always cold. A nice oversized sweater paired with black pants, jeans, or leggings, and topped off with some faux fur makes a cute and comfortable (and warm) outfit for Thanksgiving.

#4

Another casual look, made contemporary with the scarf, boots, tights, and layering of tunic with sweater. Lovely, casual, and sweet.
Another casual look, made contemporary with the scarf, boots, tights, and layering of tunic with sweater. Lovely, casual, and sweet.

#5

This one's up my alley--the blend of romantic with old-fashioned. This dress could work dressed up with nude hose and a pair of pointy pumps, or dressed down with black tights and black boots. I'd opt for the latter.
This one’s up my alley–the blend of romantic with old-fashioned. This could be dressed up with nude hose and a pair of pointy pumps, or dressed down with black tights and black boots. I’d opt for the latter.

 

Food:

Holiday PunchToday’s recipe comes from that Queen of the Kitchen, Martha Stewart. This recipe for Cranberry, Tangerine, and Pomegranate punch will be sure to please a crowd. To get the recipe, click here.

 

Have a good weekend, everyone, and I’ll see you next week!

Happy styling and buon appetito!

 

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “Fashion Friday & Food: 5 Outfits for Thanksgiving and a Holiday Punch Recipe”

    1. I wish I knew! That pin is all over Pinterest, but I’m not sure of the original source. I do know places like Banana Republic sell items like that, or perhaps check your departments stores. It was last year’s fashion, so that exact dress may not still be available. Good luck in your search!

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