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From Family Dinner to Meeting the Parents, Here’s What to Wear for Thanksgiving

Whether you’re having Thanksgiving dinner with the family at home, Friendsgiving or meeting the parents, we’ve got the perfect Thanksgiving outfit ideas for you whatever your Thanksgiving dinner plans may be.

Casual and laid-back, the perfect Thanksgiving outfit calls for warm and cozy pieces that are also comfortable and forgiving after that, erm, second helping of apple pie.

Dinner at Home
Get comfy for Thanksgiving dinner at home with a warm, oversize sweater, a pair of loose bottoms with slip-on loafers and dainty jewelry that adds a polished edge.

Outdoor Voices cloudknite sweatpants, $85; Jennifer Fisher chain link ear cuff, $95; Gucci princetown loafers, $695; Treasure & Bond one-shoulder ribbed sweater, $69

Friendsgiving
Dressing for a Friendsgiving is the  ultimate comfort meets style opportunity – try jeans, a chic sweater and OTK boots.

Madewell cardigan sweater, $500; Good American good legs high-waist skinny jeans, $159; Marc Fisher over the knee boots, $119.20

Meet the Parents
If you’re meeting your partner’s family for the first time this Thanksgiving, your turkey day outfit calls for a crisp and pulled together look. Opt for a nice dress and velvet heels paired with tights if it’s a cold night.

Reformation cherry Mathilda dress, $218; Free People dotted sheer tight, $16; Ann Taylor jeweled suede mary jane pumps, $138

Dining Out on the Town
It’s time to take it up a notch for Thanksgiving dinner out on the town topped off by a fantastic faux fur stole for a classy edge.

Everlane party slip dress, $98; Halogen faux fur stole, $99; Malone Souliers by Roy Luwolt pump, $695

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