7 Unbelievably Chic Ways to Rock a Turtleneck

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Let's be honest—who would've ever thought turtlenecks, of all pieces, would make a comeback? The turtleneck brings us flashbacks of a blonde Justin Timberlake in the '90s (cringe) and of the childhood outfits our parents forced us to wear (double cringe). Thankfully, the turtleneck trend is much chicer this time around. Check out these turtleneck street style looks to inspire you:

1. Bold jewelry


A statement necklace is a must-have piece in every girl's wardrobe. The bigger the necklace, the better. Brighten up a simple turtlneck with your boldest piece.

2. Matching neutrals


 

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A turtleneck can give any matching outfit set a unique appeal, especially paired with a skirt. Plus, neutrals are the perfect way to look sophisticated this winter!

3. Effortlessly edgy


Whoever said white can't be worn after Labor Day is definitely in the wrong. Bust out your white jeans to pair with any colored turtleneck sweater. A turtleneck combined with a leather jacket and Converse is sure to make you look totally badass. 

4. Cozy dress


Turtleneck sweater dress? Yes please! We can't even imagine how warm this fabulous turtleneck look would be.

5. Sleeveless


You have the right to bare arms in a turtleneck sweater!

6. Fun and feminine


We love the look of a turtleneck tucked into a skirt. Pick a suede or velvet skirt to add texture. 

7. Bright color


Pop of color, anyone? Step away from the bland color palette we often see in the winter and opt for a bright turtleneck. 

About The Author

Blair Donovan is a junior at Miami University in Ohio studying Journalism and Professional Writing. As an online shopping addict, she spends her free time stalking outfits on social media and ordering more clothes than she could ever possibly need. You can almost always find her watching Netflix or eating macaroni and cheese. She hopes to pursue a career as a writer at a fashion magazine.