Thanksgiving Clothes That Literally Have Some Give
Thanksgiving is a holiday when we all give thanks — but it’s also a day of national abundance. According to experts, the average Thanksgiving feast has a whopping 3,000 calories, which is far more than any human should be consuming in a whole day, let alone a single meal. But don’t feel guilty. Head to The Shops at Columbus Circle and choose an outfit for Thanksgiving that literally has some give.
Take it from us — both comfort and style are key at Thanksgiving dinner. Eileen Fisher is known for its slimming silhouettes that help women of all sizes look smart and put together. This effortless Luxe Merino Stretch Box Top ($278) has plenty of flexibility to cover up any sins on the big day.
No one in the history of fashion has ever said leather pants are slimming — until now. These ingenious Agi Black Pants ($175) from L.K.Bennett feature faux leather in the front and luxe stretch fabric in the back, as well as an elasticized waistband. You'll feel ultra comfortable while looking sleek and chic.
There’s nothing like a dress with a forgiving elasticized waistband and super-flattering waist pleats. The silky Drapey Cinched-Waist Dress ($110) from J.Crew looks and feels good — and will be just as stylish on turkey day as it is on date night. Go ahead, have second helpings of stuffing and pie.
Want to bling it out this holiday and stay comfortable? Michael Kors has added some welcome stretch to the Sequined Jersey T-shirt ($140) and Sequined Jersey Pencil Skirt ($175). And a bonus: It’s an outfit that will take you from Thanksgiving dinner all the way to New Year’s Eve.
Men have the Secret Laboratory at Diesel to thank for the new Jogg Jeans, a modified crossbreed that combines the durability of denim with the relaxed attitude of sweatpants. They come in every shade and cut imaginable ($248-$398). Forget Thanksgiving — you’ll want to be rocking these jeans all year round.
Hugo Boss has created a range of track-inspired pieces for men in flexible fabrics that look as smart at the gym as they do at the dinner table. The Sannok top ($298) and pants ($178) come in a sleek urban black that visually peels off a few pounds, too. So go ahead and indulge. It’s almost your patriotic duty.