I trust you had a wonderful Day of Giving Thanks with family and/or friends this past Thursday.
Our daughter Christy and husband Chuck, always host their parents and Chuck's sister who lives nearby.
This is not a big dress-up, formal affair for any of us, but we do like to look nice.
This year for some reason, with the exception of Ava Grace, found us in dark colors.
I wore a black sweater with jeans and boots
This bat-wing sweater was featured on Lea's blog, CiCi's Corner a few weeks ago. It was one of her favorite Amazon Prime purchases. I am so glad I took her recommendation because I have already worn it a couple times. It will be ideal for layering when we go north for Christmas. But, it was also perfect for the damp cool weather in Dallas for Thanksgiving.
My jeans are old but still some of my favorites. They are Jag jeans and can be found HERE.
These statement boots are Remonte and I bought them last year in Shipshawana, Indiana. They are super comfortable and I simply love the combination of colors. I only wear them with solid color clothing because they demand attention.
My only jewelry was this pair of dangling earrings.
Christy was comfortable and cozy in this pretty deep burgundy sweater and black leggings.
Our fashionista, Cassidy put us all to shame with this adorable black sweater dress and nude suede boots.
Adorable 13 year old Ava Grace's leopard jeans and tan cowl neck sweater, was the bright spot of the day as is also her personality.
The beautiful table wore the most colorful tones.
We missed Emily and David who were celebrating their first Thanksgiving as a married couple with family in Arkansas.
Chandler and Brad were colorfully and appropriately dressed for their day spent in the jungles of Bali.
And that's how we dressed for our Thanksgiving.