Thanksgiving Fashion

My favorite holiday is upon us… Thanksgiving! Let us be blessed, full and fashionably late. I typically assist with cooking and baking and then I scurry to do my hair, makeup and find the chicest look I can wear in the living room (lol) and a few houses, if I stop by. Here are a few looks you can recreate for Thanksgiving, but also casual enough for everyday wear to work, school or church!

Check out more tips in DO SAVANNAH , too.

French Inspired – Overdressed 😅

If you’re the gal that likes to go over the top, a dress and heels is the way to go, but you can amp it up with lots of layers and accessories, especially for cooler weather.

Shop the Look from Locally Owned RMC Boutique: Blazer | Dress | Bag | Beret

Laid Back and Casual

I am both the overdresser and the cute casual gal, bonus? I love oversized sweaters, perfect for the weather.

Don’t have enough tops for Fall/Winter? Use your tunics and shorter summer dresses as a long top.

Sweater (I am wearing a plus sized sweater to achieve a chunky knit look) |Distressed Jeans |Mustard Tunic Dress

Keeping it Trendy

Love keeping up with the trends? Check out these animal print inspired looks, even some great print mixing!

Snakeskin Jumpsuit | Soft Floral Blouse | Long Sleeve Jacket | Long Black Coat | Wool Hat

Perfect Traditional Fall Looks

Love sweaters, layering and jewel toned colors? These are the perfect stylish, yet warm look for Fall. Be inspired by these easy to achieve looks for Thanksgiving. Switch from booties to sneakers to heels easily to dress down or up these styles.

Mustard Jumpsuit | Lightweight Olive Jacket | Faux Leather Skirt | Distressed Jeans

Tag me @charissesstyles if you recreate any of these looks. I’d love to see them!

Photography: Andre Johnson

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