Last month I had the opportunity to go to Bangz Salon & Spa in Montclair New Jersey for a complimentary DevaCurl Cut experience done by a trained and certified DevaCurl Cut stylist.
Beanie/Gorro- Dollar Tree (Similar)
Sweat Shirt/Sueter- Rainbow (Similar)
Tank/Franela- Forever 21 (Similar)
Watch/Reloj- Big Lots (Similar)
Bracelet/Brazalete- Dollar Store (Similar)
Jeans- PayHalf (Similar)
Boots/Botas- Madden Girl (Similar)
Headband/Diadema- Unknown (Similar)
Coat/Abrigo- Old Navy (Similar)
Sweater Dress/Vestido- Gap (Similar)
Boots/Botas- JcPenney (Similar)
Jacket/Chaleco- H&M (Similar)
T-Shirt/Poloche- Rainbow (Similar)
Necklace/Collar- c/o Jewels Malls
"Skirt"/"Vestido- Target Clearance (Same)
Shoes/Zapatos- Wild Rose via Amazon (Similar)
Using just a few of the existing basic pieces from your closet you can come up with many different Thanksgiving appropriate outfits, that will have you looking chic without spending a dollar. Below I have put together a few outfit combinations using your closet basics. As you can see the amount of looks you can create are almost endless.
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Holidays around here are a serious situation we make a list of what is going to be cooked for Thanksgiving, who is coming over and who is bringing/preparing what. The same goes for Noche Buena as well (Christmas Eve). But for as long as I can remember what has always been just as important as the meal and preparations is the "Thanksgiving Outfit" Funny right? but not really.
Sweater/Sueter- c/o FabKids (Similar)
Pants/Pantalon- c/o FabKids (Similar)
Shirt/Camisa- Carter's (Same)
Shoes/Zapatos- Carter's (Same)
Exciting, Fun & Unique
Leather Jacket/ Chaqueta de Cuero- H&M (Similar)
T-Shirt/Poloche- Hanes (Similar)
Leggings- JcPenney (Similar)
Over the Knee Boots/Botas- Make Me Chic (Similar, Similar)
Shirt/Blusa- NY&Co. via Goodwill
Pants/Pantalon- Gap (Similar)
Boots/Botas- Steve Madden (Similar)