With Thanksgiving just around the corner, I thought it was the perfect time to revisit one of my old posts all about dressing for the holidays without breaking the bank. So, in the spirit of doing more with less and opting out of impulse buying, today's post is all about Thanksgiving outfits you can easily recreate with items you already own.
That's right, rather than hit the shops for a last minute outfit (on top of everything else you already have to do!) I encourage you to shop your closet this Thursday and get creative with layers and accessories for a look that feels brand new but didn't cost you a dime.
Simple Dress + Blazer
First up is one of my faves for when I want to feel slightly dressed up without being uncomfortable. By pairing a simple dress (your LBD is great for this!) with a fall-themed blazer, you're left with a look thats equal parts comfortable and put-together. To elevate the look even further you can add your favorite festive flats and a great necklace.
White Shirt + Jeans 2.0
The classic white shirt and jeans is one of my favorite combinations because it serves as the perfect base for just about any look. For the upcoming holiday I love to wear this combo with some bold jewelry and a great fall shawl. The final look is cozy and comfy but still elevated enough for the occasion. If you need an extra layer you can even throw a blazer on top of the shirt and wear the shawl draped over everything.
Sweater + Pants
If my Thanksgiving activities are on the dressier side I love to pair one of my super soft sweaters with a well fitting pair of pants and great silk scarf. The best part about this combination is that these separates feel just as comfortable as a t-shirt and jeans but look like so much more. Plus, you can easily pair it with festive heels and some standout jewelry to take it up another notch.
Sweater + Skirt + Blazer
Another combination that I love to wear throughout the fall season is a cozy sweater, flowy skirt and blazer. When also paired with riding boots this look is everything I love - comfortable, cozy and a little equestrian. Alternatively, you could throw on some tights and switch the riding boots for heels for a look thats even dressier.
Before I go, I've linked the corresponding video for this post below for you and would love to know what you're wearing for Thanksgiving. Do you have a go-to look for the big day? I'd love to know in the comments below and hope you all have a very happy Thanksgiving!