Three Ways to Look Sharp This Thanksgiving
Get your wardrobe ready with these tips for what to wear this Thanksgiving. Whether you’re noshing with friends, traveling to see family or hosting your own dinner, these tips help you tease out your personal style with an eye for comfort and customization.
You’re not looking to make this Thanksgiving dinner the eat-all and be-all of the weekend. Whether you’re dining with family before a night out with friends, or counting down the minutes to Kick-Off, these threads will keep you moving.
When you start hosting people for Thanksgiving, it’s official: you’re a grown-up. Dress like it. You may be a bit overdressed compared to your guests, but that’s O.K. You’re carvin’ the bird, it’s your table, set the standard.
Every holiday season, a few courageous men accept the challenge of meeting the family. Tackle your nerves and nail the first impression with a look that’s warm, friendly and says “I’ve got it together.” Of course, you will need to get your shit together if the aforementioned family doesn’t happen to live a stone’s throw away. We’ve got you covered there too…see below the outfit.
- Blazer by Black Lapel
- Pocket Square by Armstrong & Wilson
- Shirt by Black Lapel
- Corduroy Pants by Bill’s Khakis
- Shoes by Charles Tyrwhitt
So you’re in this for the long haul; traveling over the holidays can make the celebration into a slog. You may not be able to control poor weather at O’Hare (which, for some reason, delays every flight within a 3,000 mile radius), but you can control how you pack. Watching the game in your underwear just won’t cut it. Gear up for an extended holiday weekend without overpacking and overthinking.
Don’t leave these essentials behind if you’re hitting the road this Thanksgiving.
Sunglasses by Warby Parker
Pajama Pants by Ralph Lauren
Scarf by Ralph Lauren
Travel Duffle by Everlane
Bottle of wine for your hosts. (If you like white, opt for a Chardonnay; reds, try a Pinot Noir) in a Wine Tote by Built.
Travel Shaving Kit by The Art of Shaving
Got big plans to dapper up this Thanksgiving that we didn’t cover here? Share them in the comments below and we’ll offer up some outfit advice.
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