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How To Slay Thanksgiving Day — The 2020 Way
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How To Slay Thanksgiving Day — The 2020 Way


Growing up, Thanksgiving was my favorite holiday because I got to dress up just to strut to the living room and eat all of my granny's famous dishes. I realize that Thanksgiving will look different this year given the current state of the world, but that doesn't mean we can't still slay the day away. Friendsgiving, Sisgiving, Zoomsgiving – no matter how you celebrate this year, we want to make sure you do it in style.

Ahead, find some Vogue-ish outfits perfect for this holiday.

Rayya

Shackets, slightly oversized shirt-jackets, are a hot staple right now so donning a plaid number would make you look like a style star at Thanksgiving dinner. Rayya paired hers with a contrasting fedora and knee-high boots and it is an autumn dream. She also played it smart by layering her shacket over a turtleneck to account for the varying temperatures.

Jenee

Style expert, Jenee, is good for a one-hitta-quitta and this jumpsuit is no different. She's giving laid-back luxury which is the cornerstone of her style. It also makes for a perfect turkey getup. Between the belt flawlessly cinching the waist and the classic color, you can't go wrong with a jumpsuit.

Derria

In case you missed it, loungewear sets aka at-home uniforms are the best thing since sliced bread. With safer at home orders making its way around to different cities again, staying home has never been more essential. If you're going to snuggle up on the couch with your sweet potato pie, you should absolutely do it in a cozy set like Derria. Don't be afraid to throw on some hoop earrings to secure a spot at club quarantine.

Gail

Pop out with a pop of color on this day of thanks and giving. Texture is your friend so try coupling a leather dress with leather boots and a handbag from the same color palette. You may not have gotten all dolled up in a while so this is the perfect opportunity to dress to the 9s and have a mini photoshoot.

Andrea

Pretty in pink has a new definition when you are rocking vintage Christian Dior. The velvet lapel and cuffs are exactly what the socially-distanced dinner table needs. Andrea decided to keep it simple with a black top and bike shorts, but you could also pair a graphic tee and flare jeans for a more eccentric look.

Shanti

Would you believe me if I said snakeskin is the best skin? Because snakeskin is the print that matters most and Shanti is the proof. See the way this style curator plays with different hues of brown? She knows how to compliment a bold print. Your living room has yet to see a look so fly.

MJ

Crewnecks and pleated skirts are always a great idea. The combo is especially charming when you're styling a beautiful baby bump. MJ's hat and booties finish the look in the most modernistic way so that you can leave a mark on the living room like never before.

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