Comfort with Class

Thanksgiving makes us full, fat and feel gross, so

24 November 2009

Thanksgiving, like many holidays, means you are going to sit around and eat a lot. Even if you ran six miles in the morning, come late afternoon you will eat more than you have all week then likely join the rest of America on the couch. But it is a holiday, and while we heart sweatpants, they aren’t appropriate attire for a holiday dinner. Soooooo what …to …wear?

God bless leggings…and tights for that matter. No one wants to wear jeans on Thanksgiving. No one. So the best way to dress up your holiday outfit it with a thick pair of opaque tights or ankle-length leggings. Then layer from there.

Drop waist dress. All the rage this fall, these comfy dresses come jazzed up or dressed down. A sweater dress with a scarf might be nice for a less formal affair. Add shimmer, print and even sequins to jazz it up, especially if you aim to go out after.

drop waist dress with tightsThen add: Cardigans. Vests. Accessories.

Flats. For the more formal affair, a pair of decorative ballet flats. For the more casual affair, a pair of Tom’s or your go-to Tory Burch’s will do. Note: flat boots seem like a good option when you are walking out the door until you remember your grandmother makes you take off your shoes or you can’t cozy up wearing thigh high Louboutins. So leave the boots for Friday shopping, and for Turkey day, go flat.

And you have a lifetime of Thanksgivings left, so easy on the pumpkin pie. What tastes good now, won’t look good on New Year’s Eve.

Emma Dinzebach

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2 thoughts on “Comfort with Class~~Thanksgiving makes us full, fat and feel gross, so what…to…wear?

  • November 24, 2009 at 11:07 am

    It’s articles like these that perpetuate the pervasive female, American guilt trip about consuming food in any capacity. Not all women have a body complex as intense as this articles suggests they have , e.g “go easy on the pumpkin pie!” Eat all the pumpkin pie you want and still look fabulous darling. Embrace.

  • November 24, 2009 at 11:11 am

    Who feels full fat and gross on Thanksgiving? It’s more like fulfilled and content.


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