Don’t be fooled by its modest structure, a turtleneck can be just as alluring, if not more so, than a plunging neckline. (Think Audrey Hepburn in “Funny Face.”) Not to mention, the extra coverage is essential during the fall and winter months.
Despite its somewhat boring reputation, the turtleneck made its way on to the streets of London, Milan, and Paris, proving itself worthy enough for a spot in our fall wardrobe. Instead of the classic black turtleneck, however, many show-goers were flaunting wild prints.
Mixing and matching prints is a timeless way to make an old outfit look new. If you’re worried about pairing a printed turtleneck with what’s already hiding in your dresser, don’t be. Instead of nervously thumbing through your closet, embrace this trend and see it as an opportunity for creative freedom.
Need a bit of inspiration? Here are a few ensembles to help you out.