make-believe: thanksgiving outfit.

11.15.2012



Thanksgiving is such a good holiday. No presents, but hefty portions of good food and good cheer. I'm a big-time fan. This year I'm a little sad that we'll be missing my two younger sisters who will be celebrating down in Asheville, but I'm glad to be headed to my mom and dad's in Connecticut for some proper feasting. If I wasn't already resigned to wearing the same ol' thing as last year, I'd like to sport these goodies, please and thank you. An apron would be especially handy for all the butternut squash and pumpkin pie I plan to gobble make. What about you guys? What will you be whipping up for the big day?

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  1. This is such a great outfit! I am a lover of Thanksgiving as well and I am always in charge of the mash potatoes for my family feast!

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  2. i love it!by the way if you like those triangle hoops, i think you would really like the jewlery from www.anotherfeather.com , she is amazing!!!!!

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  3. Love the blush and orange together. I can't wait for thanksgiving! Can't believe it's happening next week!

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    1. i know it! i had actually marked thanksgiving on my calendar for the *next* week!

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  4. I love those cords - the color is gorgeous! I'm actually going to attempt a pumpkin pie from scratch this year and was thinking of trying out your recipe :) I will also be making pumpkin soup and deep fried brussel sprouts - they've become a bit of a tradition for my family in recent years! I love Thanksgiving. It may be my favorite holiday.

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    1. deep fried brussel sprouts?? amazing?

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  5. beautiful ideas. love the colors together!

    i am in charge of the cranberry sauce and baked mac n cheese :)

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    1. mmm! cranberry sauce is my favorite.

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  6. beautiful outfit, especially love the cords!

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  7. Lovely outfit! I wish we were celebrating Thanksgiving in Europe too. I was fortuned enough to be able to enjoy it once while living in Colorado. I'm pretty sure it would be my favorite holiday too. Who wouldn't love a holiday that is all about family, food and having a good time?! Enjoy it!

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  8. Adore those shoes in the turquoise - no thanksgiving for me as I'm in the UK but I am out to lunch with my Mum, Sister and two Nieces-in-law this weekend!

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