3 Outfit Ideas To (still) Wear with a Turtleneck!

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I can’t recall, when my deep dissatisfaction with scarves started. It must have been winter obviously and i probably must have been sick with tieing them around my neck plus making me look like i was a michelin man (not having a problem with looking like a michelin man in general). Its pretty tough to dress properly and not in jeans and sweaters constantly in winter, but adding a scarf to the already trash outfit didn’t make it any better. But how does one keep oneself warm and still look OK? Like the unexpected headline predicted. Turtlenecks!

Its scary how often i wear turtlenecks indeed. A non-qualified statistical review of mine confirmed that its about 90 percent. So apparently i needed to share my deep wisdom with the world and show you some ways to try!

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Looking festive and still individual! 3 looks to help you out!

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Now that the festive season starts, we can all assure, that wearing green, gold and tartan is totally ok and even required. It’s not like wearing these kind of colour combinations is bad, i surely get crazy everytime i see red tartan blankets or socks. But we should still have the ambition to not look like predicted or at least not appear in a little black dress nor ugly sweater (which might be fun also!). It should not be too hard to stay true to your style, but still look festive. THATS TRUUE!   I created a few examples and tried to find as many sale items as possible. So here it goes!

This is for the more brave ones! Of course there needs to be one piece that reminds us of what we celebrate. Hence the proper classy cableknits and knitwear!

  1. The no-discussion-needed-let-my-style-talk LOOK!

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DressMarni Long Sleeve Printed Dress, Shoes: Alyx Sling Heels, Knit: &Daughter Rodeen Cricket Cableknit Sweater

 

2. The i-do-not-dare-too-much-but-oh-do-i-know-whats-a-good-look Look! 

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DressProtagonist Satin Midi Dress, KnitJoseph Layered intarsia wool sweater, ShoesMiu Miu Embellished velvet mules

P.S. This sweater is giving me sleepless nights. How great is it made, please.

3. The grandma-will-love-it-and-some-editors-too Look!

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Dress: Alessandra Rich floral print silk-crep dress, KnitAlexander Wang Argyle intarsia sweater, ShoesPrada velvet mules

P.P.S.:  Definitely recommended!! Cool socks like these here!

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Knee High SocksFalke Ergonomic Sports Socks ( no Prada needed here), Knee High Socks StripedSacai, Mid length SocksBurberry

It’s not officially sale season, but anyway. We still found some!

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Without starting with all that talk about how important shoes and handbags are and what good investments one can make with them, because you will wear them for ages and how they will always be classics, i will deny it straight forward. Actually there are no good investments with designer shoes.

No shoe can be worth 900$. I know it. It does not make any sense. Not to humankind.
Still, though. I do not write this stuff to be rational or reasonable.
The only reasonable thing is, buying them when they’re on sale.
Which is officially not the case right now, buuuut some shops started, so why wait and why talk more, just look at what i found. All under 500$.

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from up left to right: dorateymur, toga, j.w.anderson, givenchy, dorateymur, j.w.anderson
all via farfetch.com

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from top left to right: marco de vincenzo, oscar de la renta, marni, marco again, rochas and again marco. i have this thing with ruffles.
all via modaoperandi.com and netaporter.com