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Nine Comfy (and Chic) Garments to Chow Down in This Thanksgiving

BY: Kelly MacDowell | Nov 24, 2014
Nine Comfy (and Chic) Garments to Chow Down in This ThanksgivingFor many Americans, it’s one of the most uncomfortable moments of the year—you’ve just finished indulging in a beautiful Thanksgiving meal, and now your jeans feel like they’ve got your very full tummy (aka your food baby) in a vice. But it doesn’t have to be this way! We scoured the digital racks at ideel for some comfy-chic clothes to wear at this year’s Turkey Day feast. Keeping our eyes peeled for stretch fabrics, elastic waistbands, and roomy silhouettes, we found nine garments that will feel as good as they look, even after a second slice of pumpkin pie with an entire can of cranberry sauce on top. thanksgiving-fashion-comfy-and-chic-clothes-for-turkey-day_tops_600c300 From L to R: Long-sleeve leopard sweater, Philosophy ($34.99); Cap-sleeve floral zip top, Gracia ($49.99); Short-sleeve plaid top with feather trim, Endless Rose ($49.99) thanksgiving-fashion-comfy-and-chic-clothes-for-turkey-day_bottoms_600c300 From L to R: Beaded stretch joggers, Haute Hippie ($199.99); Marbled pencil skirt, Rachel Roy ($79.99); Tuxedo faux-leather leggings, Casual Couture ($39.99) thanksgiving-fashion-comfy-and-chic-clothes-for-turkey-day_dresses_600c300 From L to R: Peplum dress, Theyskens’ Theory ($79.99); Caroline sweater-knit dress, Catherine Malandrino ($74.99); A-line contrast colorblock dress, Tahari Arthur S. Levine ($69.99) Read about more seasonal fashion on the The Guide:
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