BOOM! It's a 2-for-1 special here on Do You Have It In Black? today! Here's a second post for you to read on this lovely Friday. (Lol doing two because they're due for my final project today. I'm sorry Dr. Cornish.)
We're switching it up to some nice outfit ideas for Thanksgiving this time around. I'm going to give you three ideas for what to wear this holiday, and you may already have some of this stuff in your own closet, so it's not necessary to go out and buy anything new unless you want to!
These outfits range from a nice outfit for a trendy Friendsgiving or dinner with you family to I really just want to hide that fact I ate a whole pie. Enjoy!
This is the outfit you'll want to wear if you want to hide your food baby and remain complete casual and comfortable on this wonderful holiday. Instead of going with the typical sweatpants and sweatshirt, I made it a little more presentable by throwing on a pair of joggers and a graphic sweatshirt, both from Forever 21. To keep with the cool, casual vibe, I wore my really beat-up and old Converse high tops.
I don't know why, but I really want to sing the Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme song when I wear this outfit. Maybe I just feel like Will Smith chillin' out maxin' relaxin' all cool.
This outfit is a little dressier than the last, but still so comfortable and cool with the black joggers and oversized sweater (again, to pull around your waist and hide the food baby.) I added a black turtleneck, this one is cropped, but you definitely can buy a full length one if you don't like this style, and some black booties to keep the outfit neutral.
My top, joggers, and booties are all from Forever 21 and my sweater is from H&M. Doing the power pose here and sporting my favorite kind of outfit, all black everything (except for the sweater, but oh whale.)
For this last outfit, I went dressier, but comfortable. (Mom, I just need to say that I bought this dress for FOUR DOLLARS.) My dress and booties are both from Forever 21. The fabric is really forgiving and stretchy, so there's plenty of room for the entire bowl of mashed potatoes that I'm going to eat.
This dress is both an on-trend color and style. Mid-length dresses are huge right now and so is maroon, so I recommend wearing this for a stylish Friendsgiving dinner and adding some cool chunky jewelry or a cropped leather jacket.
Hopefully you've enjoyed this double post Friday and this gives you some ideas of what to wear when that blessed holiday comes around next week!
Have a great holiday!
Photos: Adam Lundquist, http://adamlundquist.format.com/