It’s starting to get colder around Louisville, so now is the time to warm up our bodies and warm up our bellies for Thanksgiving. We have plenty of great fashion, home decor and some things to get you in the Thanksgiving Day spirit.
This wrap can be used as an ear warmer, a scarf or a headband. Place it wherever you would like to keep warm, and it will do the trick. These wraps come in three colors at J. McLaughlin, where they are sold for $65.
This cork clutch is large enough to hold all of your things, zip up and fold over for easy transport. It is cork with flecks of gold, making it perfect for the holiday season. Best part, the clutch has a friend, a clutch insert. Sold at M.E. Modern Elegance, the clutch is $208 and the insert is $50.
Need a necklace that will see you through the holidays and into winter? Well, here it is. Pair it with white, black or any color, and make a big statement. This is available at Work the Metal for $64.
This leather, fringe belt is one size fits all, and it’s universally flattering. Tie it anyway you like, letting the fringe hang, or wrap it around a second time. This is a belt with many opportunities. Sold at Collections for $80
These vests, made by Save the Duck, are vegan and do not use down feathers. They are incredibly warm, lightweight and can fold up into a small size for travel. These are sold at The Fashion Post for $165.
These ceramic measuring spoons are cute and compact, blending form and function. Sold for only $12 at Urban Farmhouse Market, these would be a great gift or a good tool to have in your kitchen before the holidays.
Set your table in style with these horn-rimmed chargers from Circe/SWAG. Any neutral china or dinner plate will do against this beautiful backdrop. Add your holiday meal, and it turns into a real work of art. Available for $63 each
Vintage Horse Medallions
Lee W. Robinson Company displays these vintage horse medallions in their bookcases, and they are a perfect touch. The bright colors and French verbiage are a great combination. These are sold for $55 each.
The newly opened Liv Boutique on Lexington Road has a lot more than clothes; they have beautiful housewares, as well. We found these napkin rings, handmade by artist Michael Michaud, sold for $54 for six.
Technically called herb crocks, these can hold herbs, flowers, cooking utensils — or whatever you fancy. Made by Louisville Stoneware, these have the original logo from when the company was known as the Louisville Pottery Company. These come in three sizes: small for $30, medium for $40 and large for $50.
While Merridian is known for its beautiful furniture, we know that it is always a go-to for decor and gifts, as well. Both of these textured metal trays were sitting on top of a gorgeous mirrored table. Both have gold interiors. The large light pink tray is $55 and the medium red tray is $45. Sit them on top of your coffee table or ottoman, or use them to serve drinks at your holiday party.
It’s too early for the holly wreath, but it’s nice to have something on your door to mark the season. Twigs, orange berries and light green leaves all combine to make this wreath perfect for November. This fall wreath is $69 and available at Tunie’s in Westport Village.
We have so many plans for this large farmhouse plank. Use it as a centerpiece on your dining room table. Serve food directly on it, or use it as a large trivet for family-style meals. This is from Fleur de Lis Interiors and retails for $154.
Equestrian chic is always in style in the Bluegrass, and this decorative horse pillow, with leather cording and tassels, is the epitome of horse country. Sold at Digs for $275
These aren’t any old wine stoppers; they are upcycled vintage door handles called Knobstoppers, hand made in Nashville. There are many different varieties and knobs available at Clay & Cotton on Bardstown Road for $39.
These mini-chalkboard turkeys from Dolfinger’s are a great way to label your Thanksgiving meal. Green beans, mashed potatoes, Grandma’s favorite dressing — you will know where everything is on your table. These are $6 each.
You don’t always have to bring out the nice china during your holiday festivities. These paper plates and napkins at Celebrations make cleanup easy, while still being in the spirit. Plates are $4.50 for a set of eight and napkins are $7 for a set of 20.
Birds of a Feather
Birds of a feather flock together on your table. These metal pheasants can roost on your Thanksgiving table, available at Robin’s Nest Interiors; $79 for the set.
These cork coasters speak the truth, and might just help you get through a long day of eating, drinking and family. Available at Cartwheels; $12 a set
Have a wonderful November and a very happy Thanksgiving!!