How to Dress for Friendsgiving
Between days of travel, trips to hometowns, and extended family reunions, the one occasion we always look forward to is Friendsgiving. But when that celebration ranges from casual potlucks to full-on parties, figuring out what to wear can be a hard feat. Here are our styling suggestions for three different types of Friendsgiving celebrations.
For When You’re Hosting (And Cooking, and Pouring, and Everything else…)
Your turn to host? Our styling suggestion is to choose a great top — whether it’s in easy, light chiffon or completely bedazzled. Throw it on after the turkey’s in the oven for a quick change that looks as well-planned as the menu. Pair it with jeans or your favorite dress pants and you’re good to go.
We’re wearing: An Easy, But Polished, Top
For the Friend’s Soiree That's Always a Little Extra
We all have the friend who takes the term “hostess with the most-est” to the next level. Rise to the occasion with a little luxe velvet. Easy to wear but still statement making, for a style that feels elevated enough for even the most over-the-top get together.
We're Wearing: A Dose of Luxe Velvet
For When Friendsgiving is Actually Another Girls' Night Out
It’s never too early for full holiday attire. And when Friendsgiving turns into drinks out on the town, a little glamour is in order. We suggest adding a single element of festive dressing to take your outfit from just another night out, to something to be thankful for. A pinch of feather trimming, a dash of sequins, and a large hit of silk make for the perfect outfit recipe.
We’re Wearing: A Preliminary Take on Festive Dressing