Thanksgiving outfit Part 3

As promised, park three to our Thanksgiving outfit ideas is here. The purpose of this series was to prove that you don’t have to necessarily go out and purchase a whole new wardrobe for the holidays. You can recreate very similar looks with items you already have in your closet. And if you do not have anything in your closet that can be worked into these basic outfit ideas, I have linked very afforable and convenient shops to shop from. Two of my most reliable last minute clothing stores is always Old Navy, Target, and Charolette Ruse because of how afforable and near by they are. Have fun shopping my Thanksgiving Feast looks!

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Sadie’s first outfit: Sweater // skirt sold out, similar here // heels, similar here // pearls // glasses

Sadie’s Second outfit: Sweater // Denim // boots // pearls // glasses

Aspen’s Outfit: dress sold out, similar here // mocs // bow


 

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Winter capes and little babes

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Oh my goodness, friends. It has been years since I have sat down at my desk, with fabric in hand, and sewing an article of clothing. But last night I did it. And I am so beyond proud of myself.

Every time i am on pinterest I get an itch to be the ‘do-it-all-mom”. most times it makes me feel lousy and insecure, but every now and then it makes me feel motivated and excited. This time around, I ended up calling a friend whom I know is an excellent crafter, and asked her if she could meet me at Joann’s one day to pick out a pattern and some fabric. So we found this pattern and picked out some darling flannel fabric, and started on Aspen’s new, and very romantic, cape.

Might I add, we also watched Super Why and drank spike hot chocolate as we sewed. It was excellent.

Is there a particular piterest inspired craft you’ve been meaning to do? Let me know in the comment section and I might try doing it myself!