Feast of Fashion

This time of year marks the start of wonderful, multifarious family gatherings, holiday soirées, and festive photo ops. Thus providing ample opportunity to indulge in this season’s bright jewel tones, charming ruffles, and fancy footwear. With Thanksgiving only a few weeks away, it’s time to prepare an array of outfits for any fashionable feast.

Casual Thanksgiving LookFew things are as classic as an ivory turtleneck. This version gets a chic update with ruffles and a rib-knit. Style the classic look with sleek ankle boots, and treat the host to a glass of wine (or two) throughout a casual turkey carving.

Sweater (Cinq à Sept available at Sak’s Fifth Avenue), Ankle Boots (Alexander White, available at Barney’s New York), Frame denim, Beringer Luminus Chardonnay, Etude Pinot Noir. 


Formal Thanksgiving


Florals are in full swing this fall and this frock brings the trend to life in a rich, romantic print. The mini length is casual enough for an intimate “Friends-giving”, or pair it with suede over-the-knee boots for a more formal affair. A festive flower arrangement always makes for a gorgeous centerpiece that the host can enjoy after the holiday.

Dress (A.L.C. available at Intermix);  Boots (Stuart Weitzman), Nail Polish (Chanel Le Vernis longwear nail colour; available at Nordstrom).

Semi-Formal Thanksgiving




Burgundy is one of my favorite hues for fall, especially in the form of a sophisticated sweater dress with a feminine flounce. The best part about it? No one will know if a little Pinot accidentally escapes your Riedel wine glass during dinner.

Sweater dress (See by Chloé,); Suede boots (Gianvito Rossi), Earrings (Catbird; $75 via Net-a-Porter), Candle (LAFCO New York, available at ShopBop). 


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