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The Best Thanksgiving Outfits for 2022

Thanksgiving Outfits for 2022 – Do you go cute or comfortable?

Comfy or cute? I’m gonna give you options for both! As for me, I’m gonna go with comfort…but y’all already knew that. This post contains affiliate links.

This dress is a favorite – I’ve got three colors in my client closet for family sessions. It’s comfy and so flattering on! Shop the dress here. Grab the clogs here.

This dress is on sale and will be perfect for all winter long – pair it with some tights and clogs if it is chilly!

A comfy and versatile 2022 Thanksgiving outfit with a fit and flare sleeveless dress, blundstone boots, and a cashmere crewneck sweater

If you’re living somewhere that is fall in the morning and summer in the afternoon, this swingy tank dress layered with a cashmere fisherman sweater is the perfect compromise. Also, boots cause I love them.

Thanksgiving outfit 2022 with Jenni Kayne Cocoon sweater and oiled leather mules

If you like to go a bit more elevated casual for your turkey day, pick up this effortless California cool look, featuring the sweater and mules I’ve been lusting after for two years. These jeans are stretchy, which is necessary for obvious reasons.

a chic but comfortable thanksgiving outfit option - black gauze dress paired with Veja sneakers

This floaty gauze dress is super versatile. Pair it with some fresh white sneakers and you’re ready for whatever the day brings.

comfy thanksgiving outfit featuring black leggings and an oversized sweater

Last, but not least, for the ones that are looking for the ultimate in comfort – my current favorite sweatshirt and the best black leggings ever. Finish the look with cashmere socks because you’re fancy, and I don’t care what anyone says about wearing leggings to Thanksgiving.

Which look is your favorite? Are you a Thanksgiving host or do you like to go to someone else’s house for the meal? And the real question. Do you wait until after Thanksgiving to put up your Christmas tree??

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