Thanksgiving Day outfit decisions? Let's make it together! 

Fourth Thursday of November is arriving this week. It means that its high time to get ready for Thanksgiving Day celebrations! Planning a huge family and friends dinner is good, but don't leave your outfit choice aside for the very last minute.
Thanksgiving Day is primarily American and Canadian (already had it back in October) festival. So if you happen to be around United States this Thursday, are going to indulge delicious turkey and sweet pumpkin pie, are planning to attend Macy's parade or are simply into this huge festive mood, then know someone here, in Latvia, envies you (in a good way thought). Festive mood is such a positive feeling and we are ready to share it in digital means, aren't we?
So conversations aside, today it's all about inspiration for our dear ladies. There are three ideas to choose from, but don't forget - it's all about you in first place. 


Sweater + Skirt


Thinking of something elegantly casual? Then have a go with jumper and skirt combination. Play around color combinations, something like grey and yellow, and around textures, like cashmere and sequins. Laid back yet quite festive, right?  And choose heeled shoes according to weather - booties or alltime favorite court shoes.



Wrap + Pants



If your Thanksgiving is going to involve The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York city, then cozy up in a huge wrap and a pair of pants combination. Make a comfortable statement inside the crowd of those lucky 'pumpkins' who'll have a chance to watch this famous parade themselves. And give a go for shoes that will only emphasize your delight! 


Shirt + Dress


Just in case you are a huge dress-lover but seem to get tired of wearing a dress on its own... add it a little (or big) twist with an interesting shirt. Be it more of a cocktail or a casual, daily dress - it doesn't really matter. Just play around the dress - shirt couple. Add more twist with interesting tights or add some contrast with sneakers or masculine shoes.



Photo Courtesy: Krispy Kreme Texas Blog, Fashion TagCollage VintageThey Say She Was a Flower Child


Thanksgiving Day outfit decisions? Let's make it together! 

Fourth Thursday of November is arriving this week. It means that its high time to get ready for Thanksgiving Day celebrations! Planning a huge family and friends dinner is good, but don't leave your outfit choice aside for the very last minute.
Thanksgiving Day is primarily American and Canadian (already had it back in October) festival. So if you happen to be around United States this Thursday, are going to indulge delicious turkey and sweet pumpkin pie, are planning to attend Macy's parade or are simply into this huge festive mood, then know someone here, in Latvia, envies you (in a good way thought). Festive mood is such a positive feeling and we are ready to share it in digital means, aren't we?
So conversations aside, today it's all about inspiration for our dear ladies. There are three ideas to choose from, but don't forget - it's all about you in first place. 


Sweater + Skirt


Thinking of something elegantly casual? Then have a go with jumper and skirt combination. Play around color combinations, something like grey and yellow, and around textures, like cashmere and sequins. Laid back yet quite festive, right?  And choose heeled shoes according to weather - booties or alltime favorite court shoes.



Wrap + Pants



If your Thanksgiving is going to involve The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York city, then cozy up in a huge wrap and a pair of pants combination. Make a comfortable statement inside the crowd of those lucky 'pumpkins' who'll have a chance to watch this famous parade themselves. And give a go for shoes that will only emphasize your delight! 


Shirt + Dress


Just in case you are a huge dress-lover but seem to get tired of wearing a dress on its own... add it a little (or big) twist with an interesting shirt. Be it more of a cocktail or a casual, daily dress - it doesn't really matter. Just play around the dress - shirt couple. Add more twist with interesting tights or add some contrast with sneakers or masculine shoes.



Photo Courtesy: Krispy Kreme Texas Blog, Fashion TagCollage VintageThey Say She Was a Flower Child

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