Fall Fashion: Thanksgiving Outfits #2 + #3


Thanksgiving is tomorrow! I’m so excited to see my family and eat some delicious food. In preparation for the holiday, I wanted to share two more last minute outfit ideas with you. Hope you all feel inspired!

Thanksgiving Outfit Inspiration #2: Fringe Top

Like I said in my last post, I try to wear flowy and comfortable clothes for holiday dinners. Aren’t holidays all about being comfortable and happy? But that doesn’t mean style gets thrown completely out the window.

Tops with fringe on them are bohemian-chic, and usually very flowy. Even with an empire waist, like this one from Pink Ice, there is still plenty of room for food beneath that top. The knit and fringe details add visual appeal to your outfit. I would pair this shirt with a pair of basic black leggings, both for contrast and for the stretchy waistband. Throw on a pair of over the knee boots on top for a bit of polish and edge. I love a cognac-colored boot with a lace back detail to play off the more natural color of the knit top. I would also add a scarf and purse with similar blue hues to add a pop of color and detail to an otherwise bland outfit.

fringe-top

Fringe Top: Fringe Dance Knit Top, $29.99 at Pink Ice

LeggingsLong Leggings in Black, $6.99 at Old Navy

BootsMark Fisher Lencon Over the Knee Boot in Cognac, $99.95 at DSW

ScarfFringed Geo-Pattern Scarf, $12.90 at Forever 21

PurseMerona Women’s Vertical Buckles Crossbody Faux Leather Handbag in Blue Foil, $29.99 at Target

Thanksgiving Outfit Inspiration #2: Sweater Dress

One last option I’d like to share with you all is a sweater dress. They’re cozy and comfy, and something with a fit and flare silhouette is perfect for Thanksgiving. To keep your outfit from being just another dress look, add a collared shirt. This adds some polish and interest to the ensemble. For something with short sleeves, use a collared tank top. If your dress has longer sleeves, use a long sleeve collared shirt and roll up the cuffs. To keep this look fun, but still comfortable, finish off the outfit with a pair of chunky heels, a metallic cuff bracelet, and a quirky purse.

sweater-dress

DressMax Studio Short Sleeve Sweater Dress in Black, $39.99 at TJ Maxx

TopDenim Tunic Top with High-Low Hem, $11.99 at Rainbow

ShoesReport Libbie in Black, $59.00 at Zappos

CuffGet What You Give Cuff Bracelet in Silver, $23.00 at Lulu’s

PurseSaturn Cross Body Bag, $37.20 at UrbanOG

I hope these Thanksgiving outfit inspirations gave you some ideas on how to amp up your style game for this holiday! Wishing all of my American friends a happy Thanksgiving as well. Just a reminder to you all that I am so grateful you are on this journey with me.

xx,

Toni

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Fall Fashion: 10 Pieces I’m Adding to My Wardrobe


1. Faux leather moto jacket: When fall comes around, with its brisk mornings and freezing nights, I know it’s time to break out the outerwear. A faux leather moto jacket is just the piece I need to boost my fashion cred. They’re classy and sassy, and can bring an outfit together like nothing else. I usually go for something in black that’s polished and not costumey.

faux leather jacket black

twill and faux leather moto jacket

2. Skater skirts: Nothing goes better with cropped sweaters and knee high socks than skater skirts. They can be casual or dressy, patterned or solid. There are so many varieties of these skirts that are perfect for autumn. I try to look for something with a slightly longer length so I can wear it to school!

floral skater skirt

navy skater skirt

3. Infinity scarves: Scarves are some of my favorite accessories during the fall season. They keep me warm and still look stylish. I especially love infinity scarves because they’re cozy and lend a bit of texture to my outfit. Plus, there are so many different ways to wear them! Look for a pattern or color that fits in with your wardrobe!

crochet infinity scarf

plaid infinity scarf

4. Casual dresses: I love wearing dresses to school all year round, but most of my dresses are either too summery or too fancy. So this year, I am on the hunt for some cute casual dresses I can pair with tights just for school or even for a party! Right now, my eyes are wandering towards dark, fall colors and cute patterns!

striped casual dress

red casual dress

5. Plaid blouses: Plaid is such a classic pattern for the fall, but this year, I want to give it a more fashion-y look in my wardrobe, so I’m looking for plaid blouses. They’ll look more polished and runway-esque than a plain ol’ button down!

white plaid bloouse

wrap plaid blouse

6. Booties with low heels: I loooove booties, but all the pairs that I own are either completely flat or too high for me to be comfortable in in school. This year, I’m on the hunt for cute booties with a one inch heel, which will let me be comfortable and cute! Bonus points if they’ve got trendy cutouts!

cutout low heel booties

studded taupe booties

7. Plum, eggplant and wine: Plum, eggplant and wine are such rich and classy colors, they’re perfect for fall! It’s easy to find all sorts of pieces in any of these cool, fashion-forward colors, and they’re awesome with florals, stripes and plaids! Look for a piece that fits in with your wardrobe!

plum fur jacket

eggplant skinny jeans

wine red sweater

8. Blazers: Blazers are a must-have for every single girl out there. They’re polished and stylish, but most importantly, they can even keep you warm. They’re perfect for an internship or interview, even in a bright color or cool print. Blazers are so versatile, and can go from school or work, to a night out! Find a piece that you’re comfortable in and that you can have fun mixing and matching with!

dark purple blazer

leopard blazer

9. Kimonos: Kimonos are so graceful, and can be a great middle layer for the fall. They are fun to wear and are flattering to all body types. Something in dark, fall colors is perfect for the season.

fringe kimono

camo kimono

10. Loafers: Loafers are super classy and super cute, not to mention comfortable and easy to rock in school, at an internship, at work or even out on the town. They can say a lot about your personality, and they’re a perfect pair of shoes to wear in the midst of a sea of boots. Look for something that says something special about you.

lips loafers

red flats

If anyone has any other fall pieces they love or decides to try something I have on this list, let me know in the comments below or send a picture to my email: tantilizinglytasteful@gmail.com! Also don’t forget to follow my Tumblr, tantalizingly-tasteful.tumblr.com, and my Instagram, @tonirose08! Love you guys xx

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Jou Jou Zip-Front Faux-Leather Moto, $69.50 at Macy’s

Faux Leather Twill Moto Jacket, $69.99 at T.J. Maxx

Kimchi Blue Printed Classic Skater Skirt in Blue Multi, $29.00 at Urban Outfitters

Textured Skater Skirt in Navy, $12.99 at Rainbow

Crochet Infinity Scarf in Ivory, $12.99 at Rue 21

Women’s Plaid Infinity Scarf, $16.94 at Old Navy

Women’s Rugby-Stripe Sweater Dress in Warm Stripe, $35.00 at Old Navy

Floral Crochet Bell Shift Dress, $31.95 at Love Culture

Womens Cami Top, $8.70 at Abercrombie & Fitch

Sheer Plaid Chiffon Wrap Top, $23.99 at Charlotte Russe

Mojo Moxy Dusty Bootie, $49.94 at DSW

Haylen in Taupe, $39.95 at JustFab (members’ price)

Fuzzy Fur Sure Striped Jacket, $54.33 at Go Jane (yes, it’s cruelty free!)

Vigoss Coated Skinny Jeans in Eggplant, $49.20 at Nordstrom

Every Morning Wine Red Sweater, $34.00 at Lulu’s

Classic Notched Collar Blazer in Dark Purple, $29.80 at Forever 21

Oversize Leopard Blazer, $47.99 at Pink Ice

Xhiliration Fringe Kimono Jacket, $22.99 at Target

Camo Print Kimono, $28.90 at Wet Seal

Pucker Up Lips ‘N Lipstick Smoking Flats in Black, $18.33 at Go Jane

Come On, Get Sassy Flat in Red, $34.99 at Modcloth