Raise your hand if you still can’t believe that Thanksgiving is NEXT week!? Patrick and I are hosting my family this year, for the first time too, and I couldn’t be more excited! This year, I’m planning on dressing cozy as can be on Turkey Day, and I’m thinking this look is going to be just perrrrrfect.
Talking all about our holiday plans and more on this look below!
Word on the street is that the temperatures are supposed to drop 20 degrees in Houston over the next few days. Yippee!!
Cooler weather for the holidays makes me one happy girl. This Thanksgiving I’ll be doing quite a bit of the cooking, but being 32 weeks pregnant, I’m sure there will be a lot of sitting & lounging about involved too! That’s why I’m absolutely loving this look for Thanksgiving Day: casual jeans, a long sleeve white tee and a cozy plaid poncho for layering. We have a big backyard patio and fire pit (which I can’t get enough of) and this poncho is going to be perfect for hanging out outside all day long!
Have to shout out about my over-the-knee boots from Elaine Turner! They are beyond comfortable & I gravitate towards wearing them just as much as my moccasins, which is totally saying something. They go with just about everything but I especially love how they look with black & white.
With Turkey Day quickly approaching, there is SO much for us to be thankful for this year. 2016 has been so good to us and I’m thrilled to celebrate the holiday with family down here in Texas! It’s not very often that my side of the fam ALL gets down to Houston at the same time. (I still can’t believe I convinced them to leave Tennessee for their first major holiday … ever! …. I think it has something to do with my baby bump! *wink wink*)
I’m also super excited to make this recipe for squash casserole again, to see Fantastic Beats and then spend the following Saturday at the Texas Renaissance Fest. Okay … is it next Thursday yet!? Because I’m oh-so-ready!
As always, thanks for stopping by the blog. Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
Photos by LA Photography