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Fall Favourites: the turtleneck

Last week I did a guest post for my French teaching blogger friend, Whitney, and I talked about how le turtleneck has become my fall staple, so I figured today would be a good day to cover the different ways I wear my turtlenecks.  I find them to be super versatile and comfy; they have replaced the collared shirt in my lookbook.

My favourite ways to wear them are:

  1. with a vest



2. under a sweater'

3.  with a blazer:



4. under a sheath dress:



The other thing I really like about turtlenecks is the price point: I find mine for under 25$ and they last forever...check out these affordable options at H&M (here), Joe Fresh (here) or Uniqlo (here)

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Comments

  1. Living on Cloud Nine22 November, 2016 21:41

    Love me some turtlenecks too!! Ok, let's talk gorgeousness, that #4 outfit, the look, the gorgeous model, the outfit from head to toe...magazine cover I tell ya...Like "Canadian Winter Wonderful"

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  2. If I lived where you live I would be all about turtlenecks, gotta stay warm!

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  3. I need to invest in some turtlenecks for winter. You look gorgeous in all of these looks! I love your sheath dress outfit!

    Jill
    Doused In Pink

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  4. I need a turtleneck or two in my life! I actually currently don't own any!

    Brooke
    Pumps and Push-Ups

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  5. ME and le turtle neck don't get along. I always think it is trying to choke me. I love the last look. LOVE.

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  6. I'm with Christy, me and turtle necks dont' get along...I feel like I'm choking just looking at these pictures, and then the other part of me says...hey I can do that, look how many cute outfits you can get!

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  7. I love turtlenecks, and they look gorgeous on you. The sheath dress is my fave.

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  8. I used to love turtlenecks and then for a number of years I did not. They need to be rediscovered again. I love all the looks but the sheath dress is my fave

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  9. I love this layering with sheath. Great idea that I'm probably gonna steal!

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  10. You look great in your turtlenecks! :) I find them too constricting which is weird as I love scarves...it's an item I admire on others but can't wear myself!

    Hope you have a great weekend ahead! :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

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  11. I need to break out my turtlenecks now that it is actually cold. This has me thinking of all the ways to wear those trusty things!

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  12. When my neck is cold, all of me is cold so I love turtlenecks! You've styled yours so many good ways. I especially love the one with the sheath dress!

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  13. That off white nurtle teck (as we call them at our house) frames your face beautiful. My PC isn't a huge fan when I wear them but I love them!! Glad to see I am in good company.

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