I can’t believe Thanksgiving is just a couple weeks away! I feel like it always kind of sneaks up on us after Halloween, but this year I’m especially excited for it. Do you dress up for the day or go more casual? I’m all about casual and comfort – basically anything I can wear to chase around two toddlers and eat and drink to my hearts content. Today I wanted to share 8 casual Thanksgiving outfit ideas that you can easily recreate with pieces from your own closet.
Maybe it’s because our weather has been so warm this week, but I’m really feeling spring right now! I absolutely love the start of spring (really any new season), but I think spring clothes are my favorite. The easiest way to start transitioning your wardrobe right now is with sweaters you can wear when it’s both cold and warm. I found six that are perfect to refresh your winter wardrobe and wear into the warmer months over dresses, shorts and skirts.
Like a Rainbow sweater (pictured above)
Love this light weight sweater. It’s perfect for spring but can be layered for colder days too. The bright stripes are so fun.
Love the thick stripes and chunky knit here. Looks super cute with blue jeans but would also work with white denim and shorts.
This sweater comes in a few different colors and is right on trend. It has a slouchier fit and will look so cute with cutoffs when it’s warmer.
The detailing on this sweater is gorgeous and I really love the side ties. So pretty and can be worn so many ways. It would look great over a swimsuit or a dress.
I did the bra tuck with this one to fake a cropped look, but it’s definitely a full length sweater. I think the color is so pretty, especially with these white jeans. It comes in two other colors as well.
I wore this to an event earlier in the month and loved how flattering it was. The wrap style lets you adjust how fitted you want it to be so. It’s the perfect neutral to wear with just about anything.
Hope you’ve had a great week – thank you so much for reading and following!
We’re in that weird holiday fog between Christmas and New Year’s where every day blends together and I don’t really know what to do with myself. Truthfully I’ve been pretty lazy and it’s been amazing, but I’m starting to get a little restless and ready to do a little work. Today I wanted to share a blog post with four very different outfit ideas for New Years Eve.
I got this dress a few months back and tucked it away for a special occasion. It’s such a fun sequin cocktail dress, but my favorite part is the fringe on the bottom. I think it would be perfect if you’re going to any 20’s theme party… or just want something a little different.
This dress is a bit of a splurge but it’s one I’ll have for many years to come. It’s vegan leather and runs pretty TTS. Also comes in a really pretty tealish blue.
Festive but Warm
I included this outfit in my holiday party outfit post too, but I the top also works for NYE. If you’re looking for something a little more casual than a dress but still want to be dressed fo the occasion. Love it with these dressy joggers, you could also pair it with black jeans or leather pants.
Comfy on the Couch
If you’re staying in this year, these joggers are the way to go. They’re so soft (I sleep in them pretty often), have pockets and come in a few fun prints. There’s also a matching hoodie if you want a coordinating set. Honestly a night of comfort sounds like an amazing way to ring in a new decade.
I’m actually still trying to figure out our plans for the night so I have no idea what I’ll be wearing.
Hope you’re having a relaxing holiday week!
Happy Halloween! My post today isn’t all that festive, but I’m getting ready for a fun night of trick to treating with Crosby. I think she just might understand the concept and end up with a complete sugar high. Fingers crossed she’ll actually wear her butterfly costume that she’s been talking about for the past month.
I think this is my last round of photos we shot in Big Bear… you can tell it was a few weeks ago by my long hair. I’m loving having it short, it’s been about ten years since it was this length and it’s so much fun and seems a lot healthier.
This was such an easy outfit that’s simple but feels put together. Sometimes I feel like an outfit is either one of the other, but this boyfriend plaid blazer really helped pull together this outfit.
Thank you so much for reading and following – hope you have a happy and safe halloween!
I'm Ashley, a professional stylist, wife, and new mom, sharing my love of fashion, beauty, home decor, travel, and life in sunny Southern California!