Fleeky Friendsgiving

Haily Maki

Posted on November 18 2020

Fleeky Friendsgiving
"Friends are the family you choose with your heart."
Friendsgiving is always a fun event to host or attend with your group of friends that have become family. This year may be a little different, but if you're able to accommodate & follow CDC guidelines, you should absolutely try to keep things as normal as possible.
So we're here to guide you in the right direction for all things fashion & preparation. 
Fashion Guide:
Set a theme! Whether it's black tie, cocktail dresses or completely casual vibes, make sure everyone is on the same page so you're able to get some cute pictures for your 2020 photo album. (And you definitely need a photo album for this year because it is quite the year of firsts... & hopefully lasts.) 
For all things casual or fancy, H&H can be your one-stop shop for your Friendsgiving outfit.
Our All the Vibes Romper can be dressed up with some kitten heels, or stay casual in it & pair it with some slides or sneakers. 
Our Snatched Bodysuit in red or taupe can be paired with jeans or a cute skirt to be dressed up or down. It would make for the perfect holiday season kickoff outfit! 
Our Slay Bodycon dress would be the perfect dress to show up in for Friendsgiving. & the good thing about wearing a dress to big meals is that you can eat as much as you want & not worry about it getting tighter around your waistline. #lifehack 
Preparation Guide:
The host makes the turkey. So let's hope you're not the host!
That's it, that's the guide. 
Just kidding. (Kinda)
Start planning TODAY, if you haven't already, who is going to make what. Or if you're hiring a caterer you need to have everyone send you the amount of money it is per person ASAP. 
When it comes to decorating, that's all up to the host & their aesthetic or how much effort they're willing to put in to the event. 
Now... CDC Guidelines. I would personally have everyone get tested at least 3-4 days before & at least get a rapid test. Check everyone's temperatures at the door. Make sure hand sanitizer is readily available to everyone. Social distance as much as you possibly can & only invite people you know have been taking all the precautions & being safe. 
Bella M. 

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