Fitness-Inspired Looks For When You Ate Too Much

Is there anything more comfortable than leggings? We don’t think so—especially on a day like Thanksgiving, where you’ll likely be eating to the point of expansion. Of course, you still need to look presentable for the holidays, so your go-to pair of workout leggings might be off the table.

If you want to dress up your Thanksgiving look, here are five ideas that are comfy and stylish:

For Friendsgiving
A lightweight, breathable skirt is just what you need to keep cool while you’re helping in the kitchen. Top it with a sweater that shows off your shoulders.
Get the lookLululemon Circuit Breaker Skirt, $68, and Jockey Long Sleeve Sweatshirt, $30

For the work potluck party
Getting dressed doesn’t get much easier than throwing on a romper. Pair this loose-fitting one-piece with a smart-looking sweater your co-workers will want, too.
Get the lookBCBGeneration V-Neck Jumpsuit, $98, and Charlotte Russe Zip-Up Bomber Jacket, $25

For family dinner
A twill take on the leggings you love makes them holiday-appropriate. If you’re also missing your warm-up ballet class sweater, this one feels just like the real thing — with some extra room around your waist.
Get the lookKaren Kane Leggings, $58, and CALIA Ballet Heather Wrap Sweater, $79

For your in-law’s house
Cotton is a girl’s best friend on Thanksgiving, especially if it’s in the form of a swing dress. Pair it with a festive wrap for a cozy holiday look.
Get the look: Old Navy Black Shift Dress, $33, and Collection XIIX Wrap, $38

For when you’re shopping
If you’re missing your fun colored leggings, these stretch corduroys will make you pretty happy. Pair with a breezy button-down to pull the look together.
Get the look: 
GAP Stretch Corduroy Pants, $70, and H&M White Stretch Shirt, $20

Danielle Page is the founder of ThisisQuarterlife.com, a blog that provides necessary information for navigating the awkward phase of adulthood known as “quarterlife.” Danielle’s work has been featured on Cosmo, Woman’s Day, Your Tango, Bustle, The New York Times, Thought Catalog, Elite Daily and the Huffington Post.