No Scarf Needed: Fall’s Turtleneck Trend

High-neck knits are warm, practical, and having a major moment this fall. Dig deep in your closets and dust of your turtlenecks because they are the must-wear top of Fall 2015.

Turtleneck—℅

Pants—Nine West | 
Clutch—℅ 

Shoes— (on sale)

Earrings—℅ 

Watch— | 

Lip—, 

I love turtlenecks because they are so easy to wear and quite versatile. They pair well with skirts and pants and look equally well layered under dresses. Today, I’m wearing a , which retails for $19, with pleated ankle pants. I’m also thinking about wearing the same turtleneck with this to  next week.

To break up all the black, I reached for a few of my favorite standout accessories, including my (now on mega sale) and my .  

Talking about accessories, when I unboxed the , they instantly became my favorite pair of Elsies. Just so you know, they’re on sale right now, and sale is sale on sale. The are always a perfect fit for me. They’re true to size. The heel height is just right at 3 1/2 inches, not too high and not too low. The overall silhouette and vamp of the Elsie is sexy and comfortable. 



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4 Comments

  1. October 27, 2015 / 4:04 pm

    yes, I love this look….I went shopping this week and I did see some turtlenecks. I'll have to get one for this season 🙂

  2. October 28, 2015 / 5:43 pm

    Lovely and chic outfit and the heels are perfect!

    ~Whitney

  3. October 28, 2015 / 9:21 pm

    I love how classic this look is and the pumps were a nice addition to break up the all black! Very cute! #BLMGirl

  4. October 29, 2015 / 1:06 am

    I actually love this look. For whatever reason I have an aversion to turtlenecks, but when worn appropriate (like you've shown) they are very stylish! I may just have to incorporate at least one…and black would be a great neutral color to use in so many different ways. I also love your pants (and the belt you use to break up the black on black). I have trouble finding pants to fit my well, but the cut of pants you have on is perfect! I guess I really need to devote some time into really finding a store that can accommodate my body.