How to Wear a Turtleneck to Freshen your Wardrobe

Turtlenecks are a mainstay in fall and winter wardrobes, and for good reason. They are chic and versatile and can go above and beyond when added to outfits.

The beauty of the simple turtleneck lies in the fact that there are so many ways to rock one. Layer some of your favorite summer outfits with a turtleneck to add a bit of warmth and stand out.

A lightweight turtleneck can be worn with baggy-fit boyfriend jeans and retro-style sneakers. Try bypassing skinny jeans in favor of high-waisted flares.

Style a turtleneck with wide-leg wool trousers for a classic, chic style.

If you’re still loving your tank-style dress but the weather is chilling, grab a turtleneck. Choose a contrasting color or pattern to make it look deliberate.

If you’ve got a neutral suit and you’re looking to punch it up, find a turtleneck in a vibrant pattern or color to create a spark.

As you transition warm to chilly weather, wear a full maxi skirt with a cropped turtleneck to add a bit of warmth and style.

One way to supercharge an outfit is to combine cool and warm tones. Bright red separates looks hotter when paired with a cool lavender turtleneck top.

Pair a pink turtleneck with pink pants to turn heads and feel contemporary and beautiful. Wearing bright colors head-to-toe make for a stunning monochromatic moment.

For men, couple a black soft, cashmere turtleneck with either dark jeans or dark tailored wool slacks — always an eye-catcher and super comfy. Add a tailored jacket to add a bit of classic elegance.

A warm, fluffy turtleneck can bring a bit of elegance to overalls for an outfit that’s also comfy.

Finally, don’t be afraid to mix it up.

Grab a white turtleneck and pull out that tulle shirt, or wear those leather pants or pencil skirt with a bright turtleneck. There are no rules.

For men, the same “no-rule” rule applies. Think outside the box and go unconventional and wear that bright orange turtleneck with yellow Ralph Lauren’s slim stretch jean or soft hiking pants for a rugged look.

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