Fit and Flare Dress Shape Street Style



I can’t believe it’s Thanksgiving season already. I feel like I was just heading to the beach in the summer, then pushing myself through Fashion Week (and hours standing in the sun at the Yeezy show), then frantically coming up with a Halloween costume. The days are flying by. Nonetheless, the one thing that keeps me excited about Thanksgiving — besides apple pie, mac and cheese, turkey, ribs and the like — is the chance to truly enjoy my family and friends (and Black Friday shopping but that’s a whole ‘nother post). I LOVE my family and don’t get to see them enough with all our busy schedules during the week. I also love to cook and set up place settings and all that corny, Pinterest-y stuff because it reminds me of my grandmother, and Thanksgiving was her favorite holiday. It’s a tradition that I want to keep alive in her memory.

With everything I usually have going on, I rarely have the time to plan out a special outfit — but at the same time, I don’t necessarily want to show up in sweats and look a hot mess, when people bring guests and take all the pictures. So, I always grab a fit-and-flare dress. It looks presentable, it gives me a cinched waist (this dress has built-in cinching, no waist training necessary) and it flares out just enough to cover my food belly lol. It’s actually my #1 wardrobe secret, because I wear it all the time so I can look pulled together and still feel comfortable — major key. What are you guys wearing for Thanksgiving? Are you hosting any Friendsgiving or family dinners? I need all the tips to get my house ready this year. Let’s chat in the comments.

Dress: Kate Spade (also love this one) | Pumps: Cole Haan | Bag: Similar | Lip Stain: Sephora


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Glamazon Jessica is a suburban girl who left a quiet New Jersey town to pursue her dream of becoming a journalist. After landing an internship in the fashion closet at Marie Claire, she somehow ended up in the wonderful world of fashion. Since then, she’s written for Vanity Fair, ELLE, The New York Times and more. On any given day, you’ll find Glamazon Jessica blogging like a madwoman, adding to her collection of Louboutins, interviewing celebs and sneaking off to red carpet events—all while having a blast.

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