My guide for what to wear on Friendsgiving, an important holiday that should be celebrated with the ones you don’t often get to see for Thanksgiving.
Walking around Breckenridge has been cold! But it has been the perfect weather for sweater layers, a combination I rarely get to wear. The weather is rarely in between down in Denver, it is either hot or cold. But in the mountains, there is a chill in the air that does not go away. These sweaters that I am wearing have been the softest and warmest additions to my wardrobe. I am extremely glad I bought them in time for my trip to the mountains. I am thinking these chunky knits would be the perfect casual look for Friendsgiving and Thanksgiving.
I am celebrating my first Friendsgiving today and I could not be more excited. I experienced my first taste of Thanksgiving cooking and baked a sweet potato casserole, my favorite Thanksgiving dish aside from Pumpkin Pie. I cannot wait to try all of my friend’s food and mingle over a good meal and lots of wine. I am so thankful for the strong friendships I have held since high school. My close group of friends is as good as family and it will be nice to have a day to celebrate with them.
Thanksgiving dinner is always a casual event where your family and friends could care less about what you are wearing. But if you are like me you tend to overdress for these special occasions even if it makes the people around you feel awkward. But sometimes I do like dressing down in the coziest sweater I own with a pair of jeans. Staying casual and comfortable is exactly what I am craving today.
Shop all my casual Thanksgiving finds with the links below.