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It’s almost Thanksgiving people! For some of you that means stretchy pants and a crew neck sweatshirt and for others it’s a bit more of a formal event. Yes, I’ll be the first one curled up on the couch in my flannel PJs after dinner, but it’s still fun to get all dressed up for the feast! Whether you’re planning a casual Friendsgiving, or you’re dining with boyfriend’s family for the time, here are a few options for what to wear this Turkey Day! I’ve put three different looks together: Classic, Casual, and Glam.

Today I’m featuring the first outfit – a simple, classic look that can be dressed up or down, depending on your shoe & stocking choice. Leave out the trendy accessories and stick with a rich green dress accented with delicate pearls. I chose classic pointed toe pumps, but a pair of sheer grey hose and black booties would make it a bit more casual. Make a statement with your lipstick, I chose MAC –  Flat Out Fabulous.

Dress (Also in Black) | Shoes | Purse {LOVE this one} | Earrings | Lipstick: Flat Out Fabulous

How adorable are these Eula Fern double-sided pearl earrings?! Identical to one’s seen on the Dior runway but this classic pearl won’t cost you anywhere near as much! Ever since they arrived in the mail (with an uplifting bible verse tucked inside the box) I’ve been wearing them with everything. Whether it’s just a trend or the peak-a-boo pearl is here to stay, I am a huge fan! Purchase your own HERE on their website and take time to browse through other fabulous Eula Fern accessories.

I’ll be posting the other two Thanksgiving Day outfits tomorrow and Friday. You still have time to order online and accessorize your outfit by the 27th! In the meantime I’ll be Pinteresting recipes and and dreaming of sweet potato casserole. Half way to the weekend, XO

All photos done by Brooke Gibbons Photography Brooke Gibbons Photographycontact her at [email protected], she is amazing!

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