I know it’s not even Halloween yet, but can we walk about my all-time favorite holiday Thanksgiving yet, people?! Of course that means I have Thanksgiving dresses for kids on my mind, because each year we focus on creating gorgeous Thanksgiving and Christmas dresses for little ones that you can cherish, and this year is no different. We’re working on our cuteheads Holiday 2017 capsule collection already — you are going to LOVE it — but in the meantime, we’re rounding up some of our favorite looks for Thanksgiving 2017!
I don’t know what it is about Thanksgiving that I love so much. The food, the gathering with family, the football, the (hopefully) cooler weather… but each year, I look forward to what feels like kick-off of the holiday season. It’s such a special time of year, especially when you have kids at home. I love talking to my girls about what I’m thankful for, and hopefully I’m teaching them about what’s important in this life.
So here are some of my very favorite Thanksgiving dresses for kids, from cuteheads:
The Jane dress
Jane is super soft and comfy. It’s made from double-gauze cotton, so very easy to wash when your little lady inevitably spills cranberry sauce down the front of it. This look is sweet and boho and perfect for a family gathering.
The Lorin dress
We’ve really stepped up our game in the jersey department this season, since it is always something people ask for. We created our signature 3-pocket silhouette in 4 bold jewel tones, with a 3-quarter length sleeve. It’s ideal for layering too!
The Cassia dress
I’ve always loved this neckline, and the double gauze cotton is so soft and comfy for a big meal like Thanksgiving.
The Megan dress
The Megan continues to be a year ’round cuteheads best-seller, and I can see why. It never goes out of style, and that burnt orange color is the perfect color to transition her into Fall and Winter. Layer it over a cute white tee and she’s ready go!
Are you on the hunt for the perfect Thanksgiving dresses for kids? What’s your favorite part about Thanksgiving?