Here's What to Wear When You Ate A LOT Over the Holidays

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The holidays are not a time to hold back, especially when it comes to food. Between Thanksgiving, Christmas or Hanukkah and New Year's, the meals are bountiful and straight up delicious. At the same time, fashion is at its most fun. So what to do when that extra mug of eggnog or piece of chocolate truffle has you feeling a little like your skinnies won't fit? Take a cue from a few of our post-holiday feast outfits below, and don't even think about saying no to seconds.
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Cropped jumper / Topshop jogger sweat pants, $45 / Converse suede leather shoes / Gorjana 18k jewelry, $61 / Daniel Wellington jewelry / Adidas black white snapback / Ray-Ban silver glasses

No matter what Karl Lagerfeld might say, sweatpants have a time and a place, and that is, after eating way too much at your holiday celebration. Cover up with a pair of Ray-Bans if your food hangover is even that real.
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Topshop gray sweater / Studio plus size pants, $78 / Dr. Martens lace up booties / Wallis beige purse / Karen London pendants necklace / Nixon watch / Essie nail polish

This outfit is all about the accessories. Distract from the subdued neutrals of a forgiving sweater and black stretchy leggings with a staple watch, bulky tote and standout Doc Martens.
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If your holiday festivities just won't stop, class it up with an oversized T-shirt dress and sparkly jewelry for a soirée. Eat your heart out and dress as chic as ever!

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