Thanksgiving Feast-Ready Looks

Dressing for Dinner with Jenny Reimold

Article by Maria Dinoia

Photography by Cameron Hinkle Makeup: Beck Wainner

Originally published in Franklin Lifestyle

Designer and lifestyle curator Jenny Reimold has been designing functional spaces for families for years. As the national spokesperson for HomeGoods, the mother of seven (yes, SEVEN) children knows a thing or two about design. But we asked her to wear a different hat (both literally and figuratively!) and share her fashion and style ideas for what to wear to this year's Thanksgiving dinner. The effortlessly chic Jenny shares three trendy and stylishly smart outfits for you to wear comfortably while devouring your turkey dinner.

Style one 

Camilla Sequin Feather Jacket; $298;

Penny Pull-on Flare Jeans; $78;

Lack of Color Zulu Rancher Hat; $129;

Style two

Horton Romper; $158;

Lack of Color Rancher Hat; $129;

Style three

Tie Sleeve Button-Up Shirt; $29.99;

Vince Camuto Nouveau Midi Tube Skirt; $35.40;

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