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Make sure you are not dressed down or dressed up for Thanksgiving by following our guide.
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Dress for Thanksgiving
Dressing for Thanksgiving can be difficult. Here are some tips on how to dress for the occasion. Even if you are attending a formal dinner, you need to remember that you're going to need ample eating rim, so don’t wear anything too tight or clingy.
Choose a loose fitting dress like Carmen Electra, Mischa Barton, and Liv Tyler or go boohoo like Mary Kate Olsen. Then you can fit in second and third heaping if you like. A little black dress is another safe option and if you spill something down yourself, no one will notice.
If a dress isn’t your thing, choose a jumpsuit like Vanessa Williams and Anne Hathaway, minus the mask and pair with a blazer like Heidi Klum. If you don’t need to dress to impress, wear jeans and a t-shirt paired with a cardigan or blazer and comfortable pumps or heels if you prefer.
If you plan to step yourself silly on pumpkin pie and not leave the couch all day, then choose sweats like Paris Hilton, Marcia Cross or Missy Elliot. Plenty of room from a new reendows.