Thanksgiving with the ModStylists: Braving the Cold

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We know how busy the holiday season can be, so the ModStylists are here to help take the stress out of planning your holiday wardrobe with their Thanksgiving fashion survival guide! For the final installment of this series, ModStylist Molly shows off a look that’s perfect for braving the cold for a Thanksgiving day parade.

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Don’t let this month’s dropping temperatures stop you from looking adorable while attending a Thanksgiving day parade. Grab your warmest pieces and layer up – start with a cable knit sweater and skinny jeans, add autumnal essentials like fingerless glovettes, and top it all off with a thick jacket. A cozy circle scarf and walkable booties act as fun and functional accessories to your cold-weather look. Fingers still chilly? A cup of hot cocoa should do the trick!

In this outfit:
Dressed to Chill Circle Scarf in Evergreen
Cards on the Cable Knit Sweater
Living Room Lodging Top in Evergreen
Social Norma Jeans
Diagonal Alley Coat
Kensington Markedness Bootie
Frosty Fun Glovettes
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Let the ModStylists help you with all of your styling needs this holiday season. Be sure to make an appointment with a ModStylist today!

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3 Responses to Thanksgiving with the ModStylists: Braving the Cold

  1. Mae East 11/15/2013 at 10:55 am #

    Looks so wonderfully cozy! And a shout out to the Modstylist, Molly — I believe I just had a customer service chat with her (Molly, the model), and she was SUPER nice!

  2. pualani 11/18/2013 at 2:02 pm #

    This outfit looks especially warm and comfortable, definitely a parade outfit. The shoes shouldn’t be too high because you never know how long you’d be looking for a spot, and the convertible gloves are essential for when you wanna quickly get a picture but still keep your hands warm.

  3. Andrea 12/05/2013 at 10:40 am #

    This does look pretty warm, but my ankles would still be cold : /. Cute outfit though!

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