The cold weather has arrived so that means one thing: it's officially turtleneck season! To celebrate this cozy fall staple, stylist Natalie Sexton highlights three ways to wear a basic turtleneck and how to elevate it.
This is such a versatile option because of the endless layering possibilities on top and underneath. You won't get that bulk of the arms, so you can pair it with a slimmer jacket without feeling stuffed. Layer underneath with a pretty puffy sleeve or add texture with shiny or sheer fabric. Natalie suggests going for a monochromatic look and pairing it with the same colour underneath or adding another hue into the mix.
Vero Moda Blouse, $65
Vero Moda Pants, $48
Anfibio Bag, $450
Vero Moda Boots, $109
A cold-weather staple for every gal—the chunky knit turtleneck. Natalie recommends going for the cotton knit blends because they're more breathable. A longer boyfriend style is great with a slim-fitting bottom but you can pair them with skirts and over dresses, too. A crop style is a great piece to pair with all of your high-waisted pieces, and you can always add a thin, breathable camisole underneath if needed.
The Korner Chunky Knit Turtleneck, $120
We Are Other Others Sunray Pleated Skirt, $189 at Luv Lavie
Vero Moda Boots, $159
H&M Bag, $30
H&M Hat, $35
This is the must-have knit dress of the season! Natalie suggests choosing a fashion-forward style with simple style details like a full sleeve and a fuller cut that you can wear voluminous or throw a belt on to change it up. A streamlined cut in midi to long lengths is ultra-chic and works as a timeless base to a huge variety of casual to dressy looks all season long. If you're worried about overheating, a mock neck or shawl neck is an awesome alternative—you can still get the turtleneck look but it won't overwhelm you!
Vero Moda Boots, $119
Vero Moda Vest, $109
Ai Seoul Bag, $140
Ai Seoul Headband, $35