Turtlenecks are one of those tricky wardrobe staples that require a bit of imagination to style. Unlike a pair of blue jeans or a button-down shirt that you can throw on and go, achieving a successful outfit featuring a turtleneck usually involves some inspiration to spark an idea or two. If you agree, today’s story should be right up your alley.
We tasked ourselves with finding the most fashionable, achievable ensembles that all involve a turtleneck—and what we found were some truly amazing looks. The best part? We bet you can re-create most of them without spending a dime. But should you feel like doing a little shopping, we included a roundup of the best turtlenecks online right now.
See below for a ton of new ways to wear your turtleneck, and pick one up for yourself while you’re at it.
Style a black turtleneck and skinny jeans with a bright, bold coat.
Team a tissue turtleneck with a draped blazer and column skirt.
Add dimension by layering a bustier or corset over your turtleneck.
Find a turtleneck in a playful print, and style it with blue jeans and ankle boots.
Let your turtleneck peek out from a printed shell.
Tuck your turtleneck into a long denim skirt, and finish the look off with a pair of sneakers.
Find a turtleneck in a cool fabric (like mesh or fishnet), and wear it with your favorite blazer. Extra points if you belt it!
Team your ribbed turtleneck with a satin skirt for the ultimate low-key party look.
When in doubt, a fluffy coat should do the trick.
Double the proof that a camel coat looks divine with a neutral-colored turtleneck.
Slip a thin turtleneck underneath a half-buttoned shirt for a cool take on the traditional top. Pair the two with a blazer for a polished finish.
Find a coat that complements the color of your turtleneck. A gold hardware belt is a great finish, too.
Denim on denim never looked so chic!
Cobalt blue is a quick and easy way to stand out from the pack.
A boxy silhouette looks best paired with a slimmer pant or skirt.
You can never have too many stripes.
The perfect knit to wear when cozying up next to a fire.
Style with a chambray shirt and a camel blazer.
Though thin, that red trim takes this turtleneck to the next level.
Wear with everything from a pair of leather pants to a silky skirt.
For the '70s-inspired girl.
We've always been fans of a radiant shade of mustard.
Mix things up a bit with a patchwork sweater.
There's no better time of year than right now to wear forest green hues.
Of course we made a turtleneck!