In case you haven't noticed how fast this year has flown by, Thanksgiving is just a few days away! Haven't found the perfect outfit yet? The girls at RIRE have you covered! This week we're featuring our favorite turkey day ensembles that will make you feel cute but also comfortable enough to go back for that third plate of sweet potatoes.
Turkey time is just in a few days and I am already thinking about all the food to be eaten! Thanksgiving is the one holiday that I definitely plan my outfit with the idea that I need some extra breathing space once I'm finished eating! Lol. (While also still looking cute of course).
For this fun holiday I went with warm colors all around and wore a cream turtle neck sweater and cheetah corduroy mini skirts that pops right when you see it! The sweater and skirt both give me that comfortable to move around all day without feeling confined in my clothes (even after eating all the pumpkin pie).
I kept my accessories soft colored too just as I did with my outfit. I rocked a brown beaded half circle necklace! The long length of the necklace compliments the turtle neck of the sweater making them look super cute paired together.
I matched with my skirt and wore a pair of oval cheetah earrings and finished off with a simple brown bead bracelet with a caramel velvet scrunchy. Overall this look makes me feel simple and sweet but super cute all at the same time. This is definitely gonna be the perfect Thanksgiving outfit to be in!
Sarah R.'s Style
So, we've finally hit that stage of Sacramento weather where we've gone from summer to winter. We had a couple real fall days and then it immediately went to freezing cold over night. Either way, I'm happy for the colder weather and the holiday season! Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays because of the food, but also because it's an opportunity to reflect and teach my kids what it means to be thankful. I also really enjoy the extra time I get to spend with my friends and family!
I like to dress up for holidays, but for Thanksgiving in particular I need to have room to breathe after I inhale all of my delicious food! So, for that I chose this marsala t-shirt dress! I love muted tone of this dress. It still feels seasonally appropriate and more chic than just throwing on a t-shirt with jeans. The length is really nice too, not too short! It also has a high-low hemline which I find to be very flattering. The material is lightweight and moves really well, but doesn't feel flimsy or like it's going to show off any rolls after eating a ton of food!
I decided to put a pair of our amazing fleece lined leggings under the dress for some added warmth. I can't rave enough about these leggings. They're perfect for the colder months. They're also SUPER stretchy! You already know where I'm going with this. Eat the night away, girl! I'm also living for this distressed denim jacket. I love how much edge it gives a "pretty" outfit. It actually provides a good amount of warmth as well! And you should all know me by now, black is my favorite color to wear. I couldn't pass this one up.
Since this t-shirt dress is a little more understated you can totally play up your accessories. I love the look of layered necklaces, so I picked this three tiered moon necklace. Very boho and pretty! I opted for some tiny star studs to keep in theme with the moon necklace. I feel like if you're going to go busy on a necklace, you should go a little more dainty with your earrings that way they don't overpower each other.
If you choose an outfit like mine, or decide to go full comfy in your favorite pair of sweats this Thanksgiving, I hope that you're surrounded by people you love and good food. Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanksgiving is a great time for food and fellowshipping. But in my family, it's also a fashion show! With this theme in mind, I decided to go a little over the top with my look!
I went with a pink spaghetti strap pencil dress, with a midriff cutout and side split detail. With the dress being such a statement piece, it was just a matter of jazzing it up with accessories.
I went with a gold rose necklace, and a longer gold and marble pink detail necklace. I continued the gold trend by adding gold detail rings and cream marble stud earrings in a gold setting. I tied an eggplant and pink detail scarf around by bun, and finished the look with an oversized toffee colored teddy bear overcoat. Add your favorite heels, and this look is sure to win the most fashionable at the family function.
Sarah L.'s Style
Thanksgiving week is finally here and I couldn't be happier! I love being able to relax with family and eat a yummy meal. I usually opt for the largest sweater I own and stretch pants, but this year I'm excited to style a cute outfit and be prepared for family photos. Last week we styled our corduroy skirts and I loved the leopard one so much, I decided to style the burgundy one this week. I love how fitted they are without being too tight. You can also size up if you like a more lose fit. Either way, these skirts make your outfits effortlessly trendy.
I went with a fitted black top. I love the sleek look of the black top against our brown plaid jacket. Most blazers are a bit uncomfortable to me, but I couldn't believe how soft this one is! It has more of a relaxed feel, and although its warm, it's definitely not constricting like a larger warm coat. Another plus, it will be great for hiding my food baby.
Finally I finished off this look with a layered necklace featuring some bead detailing. The layered trend is probably one of my favorites this season, so I like to add it in most of my outfits. Luckily, we carry a variety of layered accessories!
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday! I try to squeeze as many dinners as I can, what's not to love? All food, comfortable clothes, and no pressure of gifts. Count me in! For my Thanksgiving outfit I went with our comfortable corduroy overalls. The vertical lines in the fabric are really flattering and the overalls help hide my food belly for when I snag my 2nd, 3rd, and sometimes 4th plates of food! >:D
I added a bit of color with our bell sleeve red top. This knit top is pretty warm and I love the tie detailing on the sleeves. To keep warm I went with our shaggy black coat! I was pleasantly surprised how warm it was (we took these photos at 10 am).
To pull this look together and to add a bit of glitz I added a knot headband in my hair. The gold polka dots are festive and with my hair pulled back I can easily stuff my face! Of course, I went with my favorite moon cutout earrings. To keep this casual (it's my mom's house after all) I went with my Superga sneakers but this look would be cute with knee high boots or even ankle booties!
Thankful, thankful, thankful. This time of year is so sweet and makes my heart so happy. It's a time to reflect on all of the good in your life and those who surround you with love all year long. I'm also one of those very odd people who do not like any of the food at thanksgiving so the food is nothing I look forward to like most haha.
For some odd reason everyone always wants to dress up for Thanksgiving even though you're just staying at your house but you know gotta do it from the gram. For my outfit I wanted something practical yet still cute. I chose this long yellow dress. It is very free flowing and is easy to throw on and go about your day. I paired it with a simple black denim jacket with a fun faux fur collar to give it a little pop.
To accessorize it I just chose a simple gold necklace to accent the yellow dress. Nothing too big or heavy that will be weighing on your neck all day long. Paired it with a simple flat because who wants to be in heels all day at home. In reality I'd just be barefoot all the time if I could. I hope you have the best holiday with your loved ones!
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