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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Turkey Dressing: Look Better than what's on your Plate

Gobble. Gobble. When it comes to Thanksgiving, I know we're more focused on dressing the turkey than addressing our holiday fashion. Who really is thinking about what we look like when we're at home with our families and friends (or at another home), looking candied yams, turkey, and sweet potato pies in the face? But, surely we can do more than elasticized pants (I cringe if you are wearing some, or even own any) and my usual comfort pant of choice - leggings. Dressbarn has some great stylish options to make you feel comfortable but look like you spent all day in your closet and not in the kitchen. Effortless fashion is always something to be thankful for.

Leopard print dress. $39.99
Cuffed faux suede boots. $49.99
For The Indulger, a princess silhouette leopard print dress paired with these cuffed faux-suede boots will hide that second helping. Not in a dress mood, then opt for an open blazer, flowy top, and stretch jeans. You can ditch your diet, but not your style.

For The 'Do-It-All-Herself' doll who has no help in the kitchen, a shorter tiered pencil skirt, comfy flats (for when you're standing on your feet all day), and a pop of color lightweight top will make you look put together as you put the menu together.

Tiered pencil skirt. $39.99
Mootsie Tootsie Patent cap toe ballet
flat. $36.99
Hammered Satin
Jabot Blouse. $18.50

For The Comfort Queen who likes to watch the game or just be laid-back, opt for skinny stretch jeans, a flowy top, and casual boots
Tall boot with strap and
rivet detail. $54.99

Fitted jean leggings. $29.99
YVOS Military Style Satin Blouse. $44.99

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