Two Fall Looks For Thanksgiving

Who doesn't love Thanksgiving? Spending time with family without the stress of gifts, eating until you have a food baby, naps, more eating- it just doesn't disappoint. I love the smell of my mom's house while she prepares Thanksgiving dinner and she cooks *every* delicious thing you can think of. I know I'm biased, but my family cooks a killer Thanksgiving dinner.

I don't typically put too much thought into what I wear on Thanksgiving, but I typically shoot for something comfortable and has LOTS of give in the waist area, haha. Anyone who knows me is well aware that I don't skimp on my meals, especially on Thanksgiving. So to help prep for the big day, I've recently partnered with Bevello to share a couple of looks that would be perfect for Thanksgiving!

This mock neck striped dress is very comfortable and flattering. It's not fitted- perfect for hiding that food baby I fully intend on having by the end of the day. I wore it with these ankle boots, but I think a pair of over-the-knee boots would be super cute and will definitely keep you a bit warmer if we have a chilly Thanksgiving. 

This bell sleeve dress screams fall and Thanksgiving to me- the color is gorgeous and festive for the holiday. Don't even get me started on the comfort's 100 if you haven't picked up on that. Once again, very flattering on all body types AND forgiving in the torso area, so everyone won't know how much you actually ate ;) 

If these looks just aren't your thing, that's okay! Bevello has a bunch of adorable pieces to choose from for your holiday looks this season. For the month of November, Bevello is offering my readers 20% off of their order with code BVEBRONWYN! I've linked both of these looks below, as well as a few other sweater options that I love! Be sure to check out their website- they have great gift options for the upcoming holiday season!

Xo - BB

striped mock neck dress (c/o Bevello) // bell sleeve dress (c/o Bevello) // pendant necklace (c/o Bevello) // ankle boots // purse // sunglasses