Thanksgiving day style can be tricky. You want to look fashionable, especially if this is when you are meeting your in-laws for the first time or trying to prove to family you have made something of yourself. BUT you also want a forgiving waist line, because let's be real, none of us are going to skip out on all the deliciousness, like mom's homemade pecan pie, we gorge on once a year. To balance this need for style and scarffing down on all that turkey, here are our top Runaway dresses that will leave you fashionable, and not hungry, this Thanksgiving:
When you're not in the mood to bare it all, but still want to add a little sass to your style why not try a cold-shoulder. A summer-time staple, the cold-shoulder trend shows no signs of slowing down as the style continues to be a fall and winter favorite. Highlighting a universally beautiful body part, these peek-a-boo shoulder cut-outs are now featured on chunky-knit sweaters, velvet dresses, and silk blouses. So go ahead and give the cold-shoulder, we promise you'll turn heads not turn people off. You can shop our cold-shoulder jenny dress here priced at $52.50 and our rose cold-shoulder top here priced at $37.50.
Thanks to Melania Trump the pussy bow blouse is more popular than ever! This style's appearance at the second and third presidential debates revived demand for this chic, lady-like fashion, a staple of 1800 victorian dressing and a symbol of feminism during the 1980s. So if you are ready to invest in the blouse, but aren't quite ready to take the plunge with Melania's $1100 Gucci option at the second debate, try either our sleeveless black fall floral pussy bow blouse here priced at $26.25 or our navy long sleeve fall floral style here priced at $57.50.
As summer days fade, your warm weather wardrobe doesn't have to. With the right accessories you can easily fall proof your summer staples, especially your sundresses. Not only do the accessories pictured below help extend the seasonal span of your summer styles, but you can also consider the following pieces for making your go-to summer looks perfect for pumpkin picking season:
This season maximize your summer wardrobe by doubling down on your dresses. While we know it can be challenging to take some pieces from day to night, summer dresses can easily transition from the water cooler to the local watering hole. How? Well it basically boils down to the accessories. For the office keep the look more classic by adding a solid blazer, simple jewelry and flats. At 5 'o clock ditch the jacket and classic accoutrements for more standout pieces, like a bold necklace and unique footwear.
Yessss hunny! Bodysuits are back with a vengeance, and while we know some ladies are weary to give these onesies a try because of the bathroom situations they can create, we consider them a must have for your summer wardrobe. Why? One word. Versatility. Bodysuits can literally go from uptown to downtown chic. To demonstrate how seamlessly this piece can transition, we’ve taken the black HoneyPunch bodysuit we currently in stock on our fashion truck and styled it for both a polished and more playful look.
Time. We are all short on it. So for the women who are too busy to eat completely clean or climb the Stairmaster seven days a week, here are three ways to look seven pounds slimmer just by wearing this season’s trends.
Whether over a blazer or paired with a simple sheath dress you will instantly look slimmer by wearing a belt. Belted looks were found in multiple 2015 runway shows, including Tome, Celine, and Bottega Veneta. A belt can also be the focal piece of a spring/summer look. The most dominant belt trend for the season, as evident from the runways of BCBG, Rebecca Taylor, and Suno, is the medium size obi belt. For the most slimming look knot the obi belt on the side.
Say Hello To High-Waisted Trousers
1970s fashions, from jumpsuits to flare pants, are back and better than ever. And high-waisted trousers is one 1970s trend taking the season by storm. These pants also give women instantly tinier waist lines and easily transition from day to night to give you that sleek and slim look all day long. From Balmain to Altuzarra, these trousers took over the 2015 runways.
Take a page out of Kim Kardashian’s style book and wear one hue from head to toe. No matter if it’s beige, blue or black, keeping your outfit in one color palette will create a longer leaner bodyline. To add a pop to these single color ensembles, add a piece of statement jewelry like stackable bangles that were present on Chanel’s spring/summer runway in silver and brightly colored leather.
This originally appeared on Fit and Fab Living.