Forgiving Clothes: Day After Thanksgiving

Forgiving clothes for the day after ThanksgivingI confess, I overindulged during Thanksgiving. Instead of hosting, this year I went to my cousin’s house and she is a fabulous cook! So, even though I had a marathon shopping weekend running from store to store, this morning my waistband still feels a bit snug… My solution is a stylish ensemble of forgiving clothes that are comfy, without becoming shapeless or dowdy.

Does anyone happen to know how many calories there are in a slice of pumpkin pie?

  • Long sleeved, cowl neck sweater dress ($240 –
  • Falke opaque tights in black (33 –
  • Isola black suede stiletto boots ($175 –
  • Paris plaid tote bag ($165 –
  • Silver hoop earrings ($63 –

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