What to Wear on Thanksgiving

We’ve styled two pulled-together looks for a night of festivities.

The number one rule when it comes to Thanksgiving dressing is to wear items that leave extra room for dessert. The second rule is to be appropriately festive. After that, the level of formality comes down to you. We’ve narrowed down two looks that work whether you’re visiting the in-laws for the first time or your family is more of a sit-down-on-the-floor-and-play-games bunch.

Dressed Up

With all the ovens on, this airy off-shoulder blouse will keep you comfortably chic. Add some interest with autumnal-hued jewelry, sophisticated pumps and a quilted crossbody (you’ll need to be hands-free as you carry in your hostess gift!).

FROM THE IVANKA TRUMP COLLECTION: Cold-Shoulder Top, Ankle Pants,
Una Heels, Collar Necklace, Thin Cuff, Hopewell Mini Shoulder Bag (coming soon—shop similar here).

Dressed Down

A deep cranberry lace top is the perfect pairing to your glass of merlot. Finish off the casual look with black denim and knee-high boots.

FROM THE IVANKA TRUMP COLLECTION: Lace Top, Collared Coat, Dark Denim, Saisha Boots, Stone Earrings,
Stone Bracelet.