What to Wear to: Friendsgiving – The Outfits That Keep On Giving

Thanksgiving is all about giving thanks. And while it’s traditionally spent with family, there’s something special about gathering your group and throwing a potluck-centric “Friendsgiving.” After deciding what dish to cook, focus your attention on your outfit. To keep things fun, consider the correlation between what you’re bringing and what it says about you.

Start with a cool graphic sweatshirt like this metallic Leopard Print pullover and build your outfit around it.

If you’re hosting or responsible for the main entrée, you’re likely someone who is super detail-oriented and a modern domestic diva. You enjoy entertaining and going all out with fun decorations and cute place cards. If you’re going to be slaving over the stove all day, you’ll want to pair the Route 66 sweatshirt with something that is comfortable, yet chic. A flared denim with a bit of stretch will keep you stylish and allow you to move around the kitchen with ease. After you’ve plated up your perfect turkey and scrumptious stuffing (and let’s not forget the gravy!), Dress up your look with a tuxedo style jacket for an instant luxe upgrade to rule the room.

If you’re responsible for bringing dessert, you’re fun, adventurous and a risk-taker in the kitchen and when it comes to making sartorial decisions. You enjoy D.I.Y. and channeling your inner Rachel Ray to try out sweet, new recipes. Whether you plan on dishing up the classic pumpkin pie (with homemade whipped cream, nonetheless) or testing a new recipe, you’ll want to be sure to keep it sweet in a metallic brocade skirt. Layer the look with a cool Faux Leather Bomber Jacket.

Be sure to tell us what you’re thankful for this year by commenting below.

Shop The Look:
Route 66 French Terry Graphic Sweatshirt – Leopard Print
Route 66 Quilted Faux Leather Bomber Jacket
Jaclyn Smith Metallic Brocade Pencil Skirt
Sofia by Sofia Vergara Flared Jeans
Jaclyn Smith Tuxedo Style Knit Jacket


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