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Style Log: A Native Thanksgiving

Oh my lanta, y’all!!  Thanksgiving is basically here.  Maybe we’ve already had our share of friendsgiving events…so our officially-Thanksgiving outfit may already be on point.  But, if you still need something for #thankfulThursday in just a few days, this outfit will definitely give you some inspiration.  This Native American-inspired outfit is subtle, but fashionable; themed, but

Let’s start with the dress.  You’ve seen the suede trend, and I hit the jackpot when I found this dress at Wildbloom.  It was their last one!  Sorry!!  The material is perfect for fall.  And the shift dress style is great for dressing up or dressing down.  I love investment pieces!!

The turquoise necklace  really stands out against the maroon color of the dress.

Fringe boots!!!  OMG.  Do I need to say more?  These boots just make the outfit.

If it starts getting cooler, throw on a fur vest.  I went with a contrasting blue ombre one to complement the turquoise.

For a more subtle cover-up, you can substitute with a tan/brown colored vest. Or add some gray tights for even more warmth.  Is fringe not your thing?  Don’t worry, my last post gives you some options on some over-the-knee boots that would also go well with this look.  Read more here.

Get the look with these similar

From left to right:

Fringe Boots – Asos

Turquoise Necklace – Nordstrom Rack

Ombre Fur Vest – Wildbloom Boutique ***Call ASAP.  They only had a few left!***

Maroon Drews – Forever 21

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Happy Thanksgiving!

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