How to Wear the Same Turtleneck All Week

By Isaac Breese

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February can be harsh at times; calling for, at times, colder temperatures than January. Since the groundhog saw his shadow it is predicted that we are to have six more weeks of winter. If you’re a person who loves dressing in layers you’re in luck—if the groundhog is right that is.

One layer that you must not go without is the turtleneck which should be, at this point, an essential in every man’s closet. For those who hate shirts and ties, a sleek turtleneck is a stylish way to excuse your laziness or fashably express your contempt for getting dressed. It also really works well when worn casually and allows you to make a statement with minimal effort. Most men shy away from a turtleneck because it may bring back bad memories of when mommy stuffed that itchy piece of fabric over their head. However, the turtleneck has become way more comfortable and increasingly stylish since the 90s. So much so that you can wear it all week long without others judging you. But just in case you’re worried about others’ opinions we’ve put together five ways to pair your favorite turtleneck so you can wear it Monday through Friday.

Black Panther

Biker Jacket (Zara $129), Turtleneck (Nordstrom $250), Checked Trousers (Reiss $255) Click to buy

A Turtleneck That Suits You

Wool Turtleneck (Nordstrom $250), Corduroy Blazer, (Mr. Porter $1,250), Corduroy Trousers (Mr.Porter 375), Loafers (Aldo $62.50) Click to buy

Clean Rugged

Barbour Duxbury Jacket (Jcrew $379), Hiking Boots (6pm $169.99) Click to buy

Just Chillin’

Turtleneck (Nordstrom), Wool Jacket (Zara $109), Sneakers (End Clothing $395), Slim fit Jeans (Acne $260) Click to buy

Semi-Dapper Dandy

Checked Blazer ( Suitsupply $499), Jodhpur Boots (Cobbly & Hyde$260), Distressed Jeans (Mango Man $27.99) Click to buy

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