Resuming from a short break, this week’s rendition of What to Wear Where is the Thanksgiving outfit. If you can’t already tell, I quite enjoy this series of W2WW link ups. I was almost a little sad when there was no schedule or announcement of the next link up and tweeted Melissa of I Pick Pretty about it! To my relief, it was going on a short hiatus and not gone forever. Phew. 😛
Enough rambling and here’s an outfit that I would wear for Thanksgiving… (and for more outfits, head to Amy of Forever29‘s blog)
In the recent years, I have been wearing sweater dresses to Thanksgiving dinner when invited but I think I will switch things up a little this year and wear something brighter i.e. the jacquard H&M dress that is worn as a skirt. The colors also match beautifully with the Adia Kibur sample stone bib necklace courtesy of their PR team.
What will you be wearing for Thanksgiving this year? Do share!
I had previously blogged about loving the Adia Kibur stone bib necklace but couldn’t justify the price and bought the H&M version in lieu of it. I was pleasantly surprised when their PR contacted me to ask for my details to send me one! Thank you, Joseph of Adia Kibur PR! (I will write a proper blog post about that soon!)
I would also like to take a moment to send my thoughts and prayers to all those personally affected by the 9-11 tragedy.
While most females consider a little black dress aka LBD to be a classic staple in their wardrobe, I consider the little white dress, LWD to be a classic instead. I have my reasons for it; since I am skinny, I shy away from wearing too much black for fear of vanishing into thin air! Thus, I prefer white for the most part and needless to say, I have quite a fair bit of white clothing.
Summer is quickly drawing to an end and here I am trying to maximize my LWD wear by accessorizing it with two different sashes…
Dress: ZARA S/S 2010
Sash: Ann Taylor 2006 (black & white) & Club Monaco 2009 (red & white)
Shoes: ZARA S/S 2011 exclusive to Malaysia & Singapore
I have to say when I bought the ZARA ballet flats, I bought it because I liked the color. But lo and behold, it’s almost a 100% match the tone of blue with this Cultivation dress! I guess it’s just meant to be!