The 7FAMK Jeans You Need For Thanksgiving

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Who’s ready for Thanksgiving? Whether you’re hosting or traveling for the holiday, it’s time to get your look locked down. There’s great debate over whether to go dressy or casual for Turkey Day, and we’re going to take a controversial stance: you can do both. The secret? A great pair of jeans with stretch. Our pick is an EVEREVE favorite all year-round—the b(air) High Waist Skinny from 7 For All Mankind. These jeans feature 7FAMK’s signature stretch fabric that feels WEIGHTLESS. 🙌 The easy ankle length flatters all heights, the contoured waistband ensures all-day comfort (no pinching after pie!) and the high waist sucks it all in. ✔️✔️✔️ Here, we’re serving up two ways to make them work for your Thanksgiving Day vibe. 🦃

Dressy Thanksgiving

Step 1: 7FAMK skinny jeans—the dark wash is clean and elevated. 
Step 2: Dressed up but not trying too hard! This lightweight Sanctuary top has a relaxed fit and effortless feel—the smocking means no sleeves dripping in dressing. 
Step 3: Snakeskin pumps dress up the look. 

Shop the look: Sanctuary Top | 7FAMK High Waist Skinny Jeans | Kenneth Cole Pumps

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Casual Thanksgiving

Step 1: 7FAMK skinny jeans—give them a roll to keep it casual and cool.
Step 2: Cozy but not sloppy! Layer a chic sweater with a faux fur vest—this best-seller is easy to slip off when it’s time to baste the bird! 
Step 3: Leopard P448s ground the whole look. 

Shop the look: Dylan Faux Fur Vest | Sunday in Brooklyn Top | 7FAMK High Waist Skinny Jeans | P448 Sneakers

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What are you wearing for Thanksgiving next week?

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Still trying to decide, but I’m leaning toward my dark rinse Hudson Barbara denim with an Allison Joy one-shoulder blouse I bought earlier this fall. The blouse has elasticized cuffs, which is essential if you’re doing the cooking. 🙂

You can’t go wrong with the Hudson Barbaras, Tracy! And your Allison Joy top sounds perfect, too. Happy cooking and feasting!

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