7 Seriously Cute Friendsgiving Outfit Ideas to Copy ASAP
It's that time of year again—Thanksgiving!
And you know what that means? Lots and lots of food. From sweet potatoes, to turkey, to cranberry sauce and way more, there are enough noshes to go around for everyone. We all love our families, but sometimes, we just want to hang out with our friends. That's where Friendsgiving comes in. If you're planning on throwing or attending one this year, you've got some planning to do. First, you need to decide what dish to bring. Once that's taken care of, it's on to the outfit.
Need some inspo? Continue below for seven seriously cute Friendsgiving outfit ideas you need to copy ASAP:
1. A Furry Duster and White Boots
If trench coats aren't your thing, opt for a duster instead. Since it's chilly outside, a furry duster (like THIS) is definitely your best bet. The blush color looks on point, especially when paired with crisp white booties (like THESE). This ensemble is the perfect combination of comfy, casual and chic.
2. Flare Overalls and a Knit Top
Make a statement at your Friendsgiving dinner in a pair of flare overalls (like THESE). Wide legs and flares are on-trend this season, so make sure you show them off in all your IG posts. Wear a comfy knit top (like THIS) underneath to keep yourself warm. Bonus points if the top is textured for a more exaggerated look.
3. A Boiler Suit and a Cute Beret
Copy Olivia Culpo's style to a T and wear an all black boiler suit (like THIS). It makes for a fun rock 'n roll energy, thanks to the beautiful detailing and overall vibe. We love how it looks paired with black combat boots and a beautiful black beret (like THIS). It adds a feminine touch without being overly girly.
4. A Matching Two-Piece Set
Danielle Bernstein can do no wrong. She looks stunning in a brown two-piece set (like THIS and THIS). She styled it with a black top, shoes and bag, making for a rather unexpected color combo. If you copy this look, all eyes will be on you. We're willing to bet you'll be the best-dressed in the building.
5. A Teddy Coat and Camo Pants
If comfort is your main priority, but you wouldn't mind crushing the style game, you need to incorporate a teddy coat (like THIS) into your Friendsgiving outfit. Burnt orange is the color of the moment, and when paired with camo pants (like THESE) and white boots, you'll be the trendiest one at the party.
6. A Sweater Dress and Knee-High Boots
Since your Friendsgiving probably leans more on the casual side, there's no need to sport a fancy dress. If you're into dresses, however, you should totally rock an oversized sweater dress (like THIS). Throw on a pair of fun knee-high boots (like THESE) for that extra layer of warmth and style.
7. Flare Pants and a Cozy Sweater
Not only are flare pants adorable, but when they're also corduroys (like THIS), you've struck fashion gold. Pair the pants with a comfy sweater (like THIS) for the ultimate groovy ensemble. Your look will basically scream fall vibes and translate beautifully in photos.
Now that you've got the outfit, on to the party! Click HERE for a guide to throwing the perfect Friendsgiving party.