Thanksgiving Lookbook

Hello my lovelies! Thanksgiving is fast approaching and I wanted to share 2 quick looks with you guys that I think are perfect to around the Thanksgiving dinner in. I’ve never been one to love this holiday, especially because of its historic background BUT I do love dressing up for any occassion. So whether you’re celebrating Thankgiving or not these outfits scream fall and can be dressed up or down easily.


Look 1:



Dress: Kohls (here) ON SALE

Shoes: Francesca’s (similar)

Cardigan: Urban Outfitters (here)

Beret: Marshalls (similar)

This outfit I could LIVE in. I’m obsessed with this look. It has this polished parisian bohemian feel that is everything I embody. I think this outfit might actually define my style. The lace trim on the high neckline adds this vintage flare. In my video I discuss the fit more. But I adore the colors on this dress, it’s pattern and shape. Watch the video to see how it moves. You need this dress in your arsenal. It’s on SALE so snag it now! The oversized sweater adds a more casual feel while the heeled booties keeps the look elevated (literally) and chic. To see it in it’s entirety just watch the vid.

Look 2:


Sweater: Kohls (here) ON SALE

Jeans: Kohls (here) ON SALE

Belt: Thrifted

Beret: Same as above

Shoes: Thrifted

This is the easiest outfit to throw on this holiday season. Off the shoulder has been a trend that won’t die and I’m not mad about it at all. This sweater is warm, comfy and totally on sale. I swear this isn’t sponsored by Kohl’s I just happened to have lucked out with these finds! The sweater is also long enough to cover your jean buttons so if you need to loosen the belt a bit,no one will notice. I kept the beret just because I felt it kept the look put together and chic.You can totally dress this up a million ways and I go over it in the video if you want to hear how I’d arrange this look for a dressier night time event.

I hope you enjoyed and let me know one thing you’re really grateful for this year. I know I’m grateful for all of the experiences I’ve had this year. I went from being in a relationship, to not, to graduating, to job searching and coming to terms or better terms with who I am. Nothing is constant but change and I’m starting to embrace that a little more everyday. Happy Thanksgiving my lovelies. I’m also thankful for you stopping by.

Until next time


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