It's so fun to dress up for Thanksgiving dinner. It's the perfect excuse to wear that outfit you never get to wear. You go out looking festive and feelin' fine -- Thanksgiving is the perfect reason to get a little style in your step.
Of course, there ARE some unspoken style rules, you know? Just because you plan to eat a turkey dinner doesn't mean you need to also wear a turkey dinner sweater. And you can pay homage to the pilgrims and the Native Americans without dressing like them. Really ... It's okay.
And please, whatever you do, celebrate this year's blessings with an actual abundance of food, NOT by wearing cornucopia earrings and hoping other guests get the symbolism.
Here are 12 styles NOT to wear this Thanksgiving. We beg you.
12 Thanksgiving Style Horrors
Also don't wear a turkey pilgrim vest on Thanksgiving. I can't believe I just had to say "turkey pilgrim."
Please don't give me that "But there are sequins ..." crud. Turkeys + sweaters = bad.
Ohhh, you're right. It's a turkey AND a scarecrow. NO!
Don't even touch these cornucopia earrings to your earlobes. Stop right now.
What part of "no turkey sweaters" don't you understand?
Oh riiiiight, a pilgrim hat. That's a good idea. Um, no.
Yes, but I'll know you're wearing turkey socks. NO.
Someone totally should, but it's not going to be you.
I can't even talk to you when you're like this.
Make it stop.
Fine, wear a pumpkin bra. But you're going to be cold.
What are you going to wear this Thanksgiving? Are there turkeys involved?
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