Let These Celebs Show You How to Make a Pilgrim Outfit Look Chic This Thanksgiving
The high collar and cuffs of her outfit would fit right in at the first Thanksgiving (but make it awfully hard to eat cranberry sauce gracefully).
Kate promoted her scantily-clad 2017 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover in essentially the complete opposite of the barely-there swimsuits: a Pilgrim-approved, high-neck black and white shift.
Yara modernized the modest shirtdress in her faded black version with deconstructed sleeves.
Keke is clearly getting into the swing of the festive fall season, attending the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in a black collared and cuffed mini dress with enough buttons to make Miss Mary Mack jealous.
While our nation's founders would have been greatly displeased at the sight of Lily Collins' leather trousers, her ruffled and bowed collar would have all the pilgrim ladies begging to borrow her sewing pattern.
Diane Keaton's voluminous white shift may be more nightgown that Puritan day wear, but her black homburg and lace-up booties would blend in with the settler's 17th century garb seamlessly.
Camilla gave a sexy take on this Plymouth Rock classic, opting for a sheer lacy button-up paired with a leather mini.
The reigning queen of the Pilgrim dress is undeniably Kris Jenner. When she posted an Instagram snap of an email Kim sent her admonishing, “no more pilgrim adams [sic] family outfits,” the Internet immediately rushed to the defense of the momager’s choice in attire.
Gunning for her spot as best dressed settler, however, is Marc Jacobs in this outfit from the 2012 Met Gala. His pilgrims shoes complete with oversized rhinestone buckle may have been too flashy for the original early Americans, but they’ll look right at home at all your Thanksgiving-related festivities.
And Zosia Mamet’s ruffled high-collared shirt is the perfect look to leave just about everything to the imagination.
Elle’s jaunty cloche paired with her monochromatic, generously cut, full-coverage dress would have looked right at home at the dinner table of our nation’s first religious zealots.
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AdR gave her Puritanical shift a fashion-forward edge with fishnet tights and a wide-brimmed hat from Saint Laurent.
Jaime’s falling band secured with a black ribbon choker lets everyone know she doesn't mess around when it comes to historical accuracy.
Alexa Chung’s blouson sleeves feel perfectly historically appropriate, but their sheerness gives them a decidedly modern edge.
Michelle Williams' silky tuxedo-inspired take puts a youthful twist on our nation’s fashion history.
Ellen balanced out her old-timey pussy bow blouse, waistcoat, and velvet blazer with a pair of slimly tailored slacks our forefathers would have found downright indecent.