The Turkey is just right, the candles are burning, and the crisp air moves through the neighborhood streets as Thanksgiving greets us again this year. As I get older I realize why all moms embrace Thanksgiving more than any other holiday. For me, it’s about the gathering. Putting family and friends all at one table makes us realize the importance of the ones we love, good food and great style. Wait, style? That’s right. You remember how many tablespoons of butter to add to your yummy mashed potatoes, but didn’t plan on the outfit that will surely bring it all together. Don’t sweat it, I got this one.
The Tiered Long-sleeve Dress
has me on top of the world with comfort. There is nothing better than a comfy dress that looks classic but feels like a day in pj’s. It's lined with this amazingly soft fleece. And let's be honest, giving yourself plenty of room on Turkey day is important.
It’s truly sweater weather. I love sweater options that are long. This allows for the perfect jegging to pair it with. This ivory wonder had me at hello! The Taylor Cowlneck
is a great transition piece going into the holiday season. Wear this in December with crimson, green, or gold pants. You will be ready to sing carols for the holiday soiree. For now, pair it with jeans or a sassy black leather legging. The turkey will say “gobble gobble” for your cuteness.
The Velvet Pleated Skirt
has everything right. It’s gold, soft, and deliciously versatile. You can pair this with a white button down, oversized patterned sweater, or a graphic t-shirt with black blazer. It is screaming luxury and festive. You won’t regret walking into a dressy Thanksgiving meal or office party wearing this. ‘Tis the season!
What can dress an outfit up? The perfect accessory of course. This Gray Tassel Scarf
is the best blend of comfort and the perfect fall find. This will get you through any grocery store errands, kid’s concerts, and even a low key dinner gathering. Want it in a more festive color? It also comes in blazing burgundy
Wherever you land this holiday season, know that you are enough. You are special, smart, and important. I know as a mom, full time worker, friend, wife, avid shopper…we each get pinned down with appointments and expectations. My hope is you find peace and joy through the ruckus….and coffee. Lots of coffee.