4 Ways To Dress To Your Thanksgiving Dinner Party

There is nothing like a Holiday party because you get the chance to be surrounded by a greater amount of loved ones than you see on your daily basis. Although a  thanksgiving dinner party is centralized around eating and giving thanks, looking good at that dinner party is absolutely important.You’re bound to seeing loved ones that you haven’t seen in a while so you might as well spice things up a bit. If you know that it’s only going to be a small group of you sat round a dining table and 6 chairs then you will definitely want to make sure that you look your best. But then again, it doesn’t matter how big the party is, dressing well for any occasion is always a good thing to try.

I believe heels are essential for most looks. If you’re a flats kind of girl and you want to spice things up with a heel that doesn’t hurt, try this silver studded black suede boot. It’s only 3 inches and I find that Jeffrey Campbell shoes tend to be very comfortable. Brighten up your look with a white dress and silver accessories.



Orange is considered a fall color, therefore it’s usually linked to thanksgiving. Throw on an orange dress and keep it lush with a velvet blazer. As the look may still be a bit plain, crank things up with a three tone fringe mule. These mules are great for fall and will also come in handy in the warmer seasons as its open toe. Accessorize with silver and gold and you’re good to go!



Don’t feel like putting in much effort to get dressed? Throw on a midi trench dress. Its loose and you’re able to cinch it at the waist to your liking. Pair this black and gold dress with an embellished golden heel as well as gold accessories.



Another way to incorporate orange into your look for that Thanksgiving dinner party is by wearing an orange skirt. This high waist skirt sits perfectly at the middle of your waist, allowing the soft pleats to fall just past your knees. Keep things colorful by pairing it with a floral top and shoes. Grab a pink printed bag and green accessories and your look is complete.



Which look is your favorite?

Have a Fab Friday!

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32 Thoughts to “4 Ways To Dress To Your Thanksgiving Dinner Party”

  1. I love the first look! So cute. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  2. I love the orange skirt. It’s so fab.

  3. I love the floral look! How fun!

  4. Wowza all these outfits are just gorgeous..you have amazing taste and so unique !1

    Fashion n Travel

  5. I love the orange skirt, the black and gold dress, and the gold and black shoes. What a way to dress fabulous for the Thanksgiving. I love all the combination. Thanks Oyin, God bless you. Amen

  6. Love all your style suggestion! I especially love that orange skirt.

  7. Love all your picks. SO pretty!!

  8. These looks are so gorgeous! My favourite one is the black and gold – so glam. A good outfit is a great conversation piece at Thanksgiving, saves you from having to answer awkward questions from family members haha.

    1. ha ha Yes! Thanks girl!

  9. I need a gold velvet blazer in my life!

  10. I love the first look and the gold jacket in the second look!

  11. I am loving these looks! I always find that dressing for the holidays is challenging. You always want to look good but not like you tried too hard! Loved this post!

    xx Victoria

  12. loving the fall inspired colors of the last look!

  13. What pretty outfits! I love all the colors. I generally show up to the table in jeans and a t-shirt. Or sweats, if I’m really tired.

  14. I live in OTKs and those studded ones up top are gorgeous! Can’t wait to rock my holiday outfits!!!!! All of your picks are lovely!

  15. That orange dress is so gorgeous! I’ve never worn orange as I never thought it would be my colour but it’s so beautiful!!

  16. I am loving these choices and the dose of orange is just the best. We dont really celebrate thanksgiving in the UK but still really cute outfits.

  17. I love look #2. Those boots are freaking awesome. Except if I wore white to Thanksgiving dinner (or anywhere for that matter) it wouldn’t stay white for long. I bet you look fabulous when you to go Thanksgiving. As for me, I’m usually sporting a pair of yoga pants and a long sweater. Gotta keep it belt free. 🙂

  18. I like look #2 because I’m never afraid to wear silver and gold together. Some people think they clash but you can totally rock it if you know how!

    1. I completely agree! Mixing metals properly will definitely take your look to the next level.

  19. Ok, so when I think of Thanksgiving attire, I think of stretchy sweatpants! Your ideas are much more elegant! ?

    1. ha ha! It’s fun to spice it up a bit.

  20. CourtneyLynne

    Oooo fabulous suggestions!!!! My family is kind of casual with turkey day so I’m wearing a nice sweater 😉

  21. I love the variety of styles! I’m still searching for my thanksgiving look, and this helped?

    1. Awesome! Glad I can help!

  22. dot

    great outfits for a party! for me we did not celebrate thanksgiving this year. But we will next year.

  23. I loved the first look.Loved how you put together different looks for different moods.

  24. I love the black and white dress!

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