Of course, you don't necessarily need to wear a suit for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner -- even though that is the example my father and grandfather set for me -- but for Heaven's sake, don't turn up to someone else's house where you are a guest, or your own holiday table, in sweatpants and a t-shirt!
For those special occasions that come up between mid-November and January 1st each year, including Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner, how about leaving the jeans, t-shirts, and sweats behind for a few hours? Demonstrate that you have a little taste and grooming by tossing on a pair of khaki pants worn with a leather belt and loafers, a blue button-down shirt (tucked in of course), and nice sports jacket or blue blazer. And don't you dare wear a hat to the table, baseball or otherwise!
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