Thanksgiving Fashion


Emma Silva, Staff Writer

Thanksgiving. Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and that one corduroy skirt. The Rosary Royals spent this Thanksgiving in style.

This Thanksgiving, many people couldn’t enjoy their regular large family gatherings and traditions, but that does not mean they can’t dress to impress.

Adriana Arroyo ’23 dawned a hot pink sweater with a black overall dress and some boots. She said, “This is by far my favorite Thanksgiving outfit. The boots fit with my dress perfectly. The sweater is very comfortable and I love the bright pink. I got a lot of compliments on this outfit, and it’s definitely the most ‘me’ holiday outfit.”

Adriana’s fun Thanksgiving look. Photo Credit: Adriana Arroyo

As for accessories? Adriana went full gold, with some gold hoops and a gold Kendra Scott necklace.

Charlotte Jordan ’23 wore a colorful sweater with some fun jeans, saying, “I loved my sweater because it was super heavy and it was freezing all day. I also love how colorful it was, it felt fun.”

Charlotte accessorized with a pair of funky earrings and a silver necklace with a pair of handcuffs on them.

I personally wore a big colorful striped sweater and jeans. I begged my mom to let me wear my sweats, since all we were doing was sitting in the dining room, but I was told firmly to “dress nice.” We compromised with an outfit change into sweats after dinner.

No matter how much I like my outift, turkey knocks me out cold. Photo Credit: Emma Silva

No matter what the Royals dawned for their respective Thanksgiving traditions, I am sure they all looked great. I hope everyone had a happy, safe, and fashion-forward thanksgiving.