Thanksgiving dinner takes a bit of style finesse. You want to look good, but also be comfortable—even after extra sides of mashed potatoes (with gravy!). Try something classic with stretch like a sweater dress; it’s formal enough for even the dressiest of dinner tables but still soft and expandable.
If you’re home for the holidays, chances are you could be rendezvousing with hometown friends (or old flames) Friday night. In that case, who doesn’t want to make a statement? Hit your old high school bar in style in a pair of coated denim (they fake the look of leather) and a graphic top with sheer details.
Whether your travel time for Thanksgiving is 25 minutes or 5 hours, the best way to get there is in comfort (and style doesn’t hurt either). A good rule of thumb? Always travel with a scarf. It’s an easy way to stay warm if you get the chills & is small enough to put in your handbag if it’s not needed.