Preparing to gorge yourself on turkey, green bean casserole, sweet potatoes and more? We are, too. Here’s what to wear so you can stuff your face—and still look cute—this Thanksgiving.

Urban Outfitters BDG Fall for Cable Knit Sweater, $59

The Pass-the-Pie Chunky KnitA hide-all-sins sweater is hands-down the easiest thing to throw on this Thanksgiving. Dress it up with a sparkling statement necklace or face-framing earrings. An oversize, slouchy fit allows you to comfortably enjoy all of your hard work in the kitchen—even if you catered the whole thing.Urban Outfitters BDG Fall for Cable Knit Sweater, $59

Nordstrom Michael by Michael Kors Faux Leather Leggings

The Gobble-Gobble LeggingsFind a pair that can actually pass off as stylish pants, but are really pinch-free, stretchy and amazing—allowing room for second helpingsThis faux-leather style looks much more expensive than it actually is.Nordstrom Michael by Michael Kors Faux Leather Leggings, $100

Nordstrom Theodora and Callum Jakarta Scarf

The Hide-My-Turkey-Neck ScarfI’ve been a fan of Theodora and Callum’s buttery-soft scarves for eons. All of my private styling clients love them. A vibrant shade like this one instantly updates a simple jeans and tee outfit to distract away from a full, overstuffed tummy.Nordstrom Theodora and Callum Jakarta Scarf, $175

Diane von Furstenburg New Julian Wrap Dress

The More-Mashed-Potatoes-Please Wrap DressA wrap dress is a wardrobe staple that flatters every figure. It’s dressy enough to impress the in-laws and the silk-jersey fabric with an adjustable waist-tie allows room for all of those extra side dishes your mother-in-law slaved over. A busy animal print also diverts attention from any extra curves and lends the illusion of a toned, curvaceous shape—even if you haven’t been to the gym since July.Diane von Furstenburg New Julian Wrap Dress, $365MORE: Slimming Hoisery for Your Body Shape