What Are You Wearing to Thanksgiving?

Zebra Textured Sweater

Because it’s only two weeks from yesterday if you live in the States and will be celebrating. Thanksgiving legitimately snuck up on me this year, which is unfortunate since it’s the holiday I host. I have no clue what I’ll be wearing either – most likely something from my closet that I add to. Maybe that’s your plan as well? A roomy shirt or sweater so you don’t have to suck it in, or a sweet dress that will transition well to all of those holiday parties next month, or just adding a great piece of jewelry to an outfit you already own to mix things up. All fine plans of action.

 

Addie Blouse (more colors available) // Allegory Textured Jumpsuit

 

Blouse with Ties // Calistoga Tunic Dress

 

Cleat Necklace // Cut Out Top with Ruched Shoulder Detail

 

Dahlia Wrap Dress // Denim Shirt Dress

 

Funnel Neck Sweater // Gabrielle Linen Midi Wrap Dress

 

Gracie Embroidered Peasant Dress // Hand Earrings

 

High Waisted Mini Check Culottes // Turtleneck Sweater Dress (other colors available)

 

Long Open Front Cardi // Long Sleeve Belted Sweater Dress

 

Short Shirred Sleeve Dress // Striped Square Neck Blouse

 

Tailored Wool A-Line Dress // Wrap Top

 

Midi Sweater-Dress // Sculpted Button Back Dress

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Studio Iebis

 

Statement earrings go best with summer weather in my humble opinion, when they can stand out against a canvas of dewy (re: sweaty) skin. And Studio Iebis‘ owner Ieva Ancāne has her finger on the pulse of one big trend – handmade clay statement earrings. Which pair is your favorite? I’m leaning towards last pair below.

 

 

 

 

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Lizzie Fortunato Jewelry

 

Lizzie Fortunato‘s Spring/Summer ’18 collection is inspired by a summer of love and full of the prettiest golden tones and statement pieces (naturally). It’s a smorgasbord of organic shapes, a 1960s vibe, and fringe – you can also get a peek of FW18 and pre-order!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Marion Vidal Jewelry

 

Marion Vidal started her jewelry line back in 2004, creating a dialogue between color, material, and shape within every piece. Her geometric creations play with several contrasts – rigidity vs. flexibility, strength vs. fragility, balance vs. break, and gross vs. refined – and I’m especially drawn to Marion’s necklaces.

 

 

 

 

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