We're DEF Wearing One of These Outfits for Thanksgiving This Year

The holidays are finally upon us, and we couldn't be more excited.

Whatever holidays you decide to celebrate, we can all agree spending time with family is the best part, without a doubt. This year, with Thanksgiving looking a bit different due to COVID-19, we hope you get to be with your loved ones.

Need some outfit inspiration? Keep reading for the outfits we're definitely planning on wearing for Thanksgiving this year.

We're loving this outfit for areas where it's not quite so chilly. The combo of the skirt and knee-highs make for one chic look:


You can never go wrong with an all-black ensemble! Grab your fave leather jacket and throw on a pair of black skinnies:


We're obsessing over this ensemble. The sweater takes the animal print trend and combines it with fall colors—chic!


Graphic tees are our kryptonite. If you happen to have one as cute as this, style it with denim and a structured hat for an effortless look:


If you're wanting to dress up this year, a midi-skirt will get the job done. Pair it with a flowy sweater in the same color family to complete the outfit:


Looking to keep it comfy? Opt for some black skinnies and your favorite white blouse. Top it off with a neutral sweater:

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All eyes will be on you in a deliciously soft and furry sweater. This is taking comfort to a whole new level, and we're here for it:



We're getting major Emily In Paris vibes with this ensemble. The béret and cardigan will make you feel like you're celebrating the holiday in France:


This outfit looks like it took an absurd amount of effort, but when you think about it, it's just a sweater dress and boots—so easy!

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Now this is the type of outfit we could wear all fall. The leather jacket draped over sheer, puffy sleeves is a combo we didn't know we needed:


Crushing on someone? Send one of THESE texts to your crush on Thanksgiving to let them know you're thankful for them.