Thanksgiving Fashion

 Thanksgiving Talk continues today!

Yesterday we talked Thanksgiving traditions and I asked for yours.  This is some of what I heard...
*Small and simple
*Celebrate the day after so no pressure
*Turkey Charcuterie Board
*Macy's Parade
*Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
*Watch Christmas Vacation that night
*Play board games
*Everyone in attendance writes in a notebook about what they're thankful for
*Never travel
*Pie Day is the day before
*Go to the beach and relax
*Turkey Pot Pie with all the leftovers
*DISNEY WORLD!
*Everyone tells a fun story about each person
*Going out for tea with my mom and Nana the day after.
*All 4 generations write a blurb about their year and we put together in annual newsletter
*United Way Turkey Trot
*Nerf Gun War
*Christmas decoration exchange
*Christmas Ornament Gifting
*Football game

No matter what you do, I loved reading the messages knowing each one was special to you.  Thanks for sharing those!  I'm sure I'll get more but as I worked on this post yesterday afternoon {as I'm typing on Monday} that's what I'd collected so far. 


Now, let's skip over to some Thanksgiving fashion choices.  To be honest, when I'm hosting I have too many things to think about that clothing is at the very bottom of my list.  I have plenty of things in my closet.  Let's be real here-Tab might even argue too many things. 😝  So instead of shopping for new things I thought I'd share what are some realistic options for my Thanksgiving look.  I found four things that are contenders...
From left to right...

*Wal-Mart top I shared a while back along with all the other details in this post. 

*American Eagle sweater that could be paired with leggings if you size up.

*Denim top with a similar brown pant.

*Short sleeve leopard puff sleeve because often in Texas we need a short sleeve shirt on the big day.

What about you?  Do you have something in your closet you'll be pulling out for Turkey Day?  Or are you shopping for something new?


Don't forget-tomorrow is Let's Look-we're talking menus!

Thanks for reading today, friends!

XO

9 comments

Elspeth Mizner said...

I’m all about a soft and comfortable dress!! Somethinn ways to throw on to look put together but also super comfortable too!
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Kimberly said...

I almost always go for something I already have in my closet. I love holiday graphic tees for the kids but Thanksgiving ones are hard to come by so if I can find one in their size I will get it. So I make sure they have something fall colored in their closets just in case I can't.

Sheaffer {Pinterest Told Me To} said...

Love the denim top with those brown pants! SO CUTE!

Mix and Match Mama said...

Love this round up of Turkey Day wear!

Unknown said...

Are you going to share about your girls trip? I can’t wait to hear all about it

TorontoSAM said...

I wish Disney was my Thanksgiving tradition, how much fun would that be?!

Erika Slaughter said...

Hi Unknown! Our girls’ trip looked very different and was instead a staycation. I didn’t take a single picture. It was a quick time away spent resting, relaxing, and enjoying each other’s company!

Erika Slaughter said...

TorontoSam-you and me both!! 🤣🤣

Joanne said...

I love the brown pants with the denim shirt. Usually I wear either jeans or leggings with a sweater. Even with being in the kitchen all day I like to stay nice and toasty (I know that's not something you need to worry about!).