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Stephanie Hayes, Katie Sanders, Shelley Rossetter, Kameel Stanley, Keeley Sheehan & Keyonna Summers

You know what you'll eat, but what to wear?

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November

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

First off, let me be sappy for a second and say how thankful we Deal Divas are for you lovely readers. Thanks for keeping us inspired, putting up with our romper rants and mostly, just giving a darn about what we have to say. CYBER HUG!

Now, back to business.

Ah, Thanksgiving. The day for love, gratitude, goodwill toward fellow man, feasting and imbibery. You'll obviously want to wear something comfortable, with lots of room for all those mashed potatoes, but you want to look stylish, of course. Goodness knows Grandma's going to break out the camera at some point.

A few suggestions: 

You can't go wrong with a flowy dress, like this little darling from Zara.

zaradress.jpgYou may not be able to tell from this picture, but the pattern is little blue-and-white ladies walking dogs. So sweet! Throw on some gold earrings and call it a day.

Side note: when it gets colder out, this would look great with black tights and short booties. I WANT!

 

 

 

 

 

 

You could also break out your most stretchy black leggings, a soft flowy blouse and long cardigan (gotta cover that legging-clad bum, ladies!)

For the top, I just love this silky abstract blouse from Ann Taylor Loft.

lofttop.jpgIt'd also go great with skinny jeans -- on a day you're not stuffing your face, that is -- or with a structured skirt for work. AND it's on sale now for $29, down from $50!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Target, as usual, delivers the basics.

leggings.jpg

These leggings are $6 and change. Stock up.

 

 

 

 

 

cardigan.jpgThis soft cardigan comes in every color (I already have it in navy and oatmeal) and would look so cute unbuttoned -- with a top underneath, of course -- and belted. It's $20, and trust me, you'll get your money's worth.

 

 

 

 

 

Whatever you do, just don't show up wearing this.

Happy holidays!

Deal Diva Kim

[Last modified: Thursday, November 25, 2010 7:48am]

    

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