These jumpsuits don’t have waists–giving us a second helping of abundance with gratitude after saying what we’re thankful for at the Thanksgiving table.
Like we plan our menu if we’re cooking the bird, there are a few requisites when coordinating our Thanksgiving Day outfit. Feeling festive and comfortable are the main dish to a side of observing the occasion well. It’s lovely to dress it up a bit, whether you’re welcoming people to your home, or appreciative of someone else’s efforts at their home. A jumpsuit isn’t everyday, or common. It straddles suited and fun.
In fabrics like boucle, sweater knit, and velvet the pile says fall, warm fires, nature, cozy. In the silhouette of a jumpsuit the combination is unbeatable. Buy the gray sweater knit a size or two larger so it’s got some flow that you can snuggle up in. And wear it like a cowl neck, instead of off the shoulder.
…they look hip and are a fashionable alternative to the usual.
Keep jumpsuit-comfort in the mix, add classic and a little posh. Minimal, architectural lines are the first note, followed by fabric. Pinstripe references suiting material. The severe lines on the ivory and the funnel neck give a formal feel.
Dressed up with sumptuous color, touch and needlework these jumpsuits make an entrance. Styled with velvet booties, faux fur-lined slides or a simple heel they look hip and are a fashionable alternative to the usual.
Happy eating! Happy Thanksgiving!