February 14, 2014

Fall 2014 Trend: Turtlenecks

I’m going to be entirely honest here — I never really retired the turtleneck from my look. I always found that the enveloping knit possessed a hint of sexiness, and when the right one is found that is fitted but not restrictive, it can be just so utterly chic. Designers are in unison this season about dressing the neck a bit more, with a great majority of the most coveted brands showing turtlenecks on the runway, which speaks volumes to their versatility, as each one is styled in a different way.

adeam fall
Isn’t the use of all black just the epitome of bohemian cool? There’s a reason why this look always makes a sophisticated statement, and Adeam NAILED it!

proenza schouler fall 2014

Proenza Schouler keeps it up to speed by incorporating its signature, heavy use of must-have prints in a whirling dervish around it.


Noon by Noor played with the new superfluous volume we’re seeing on the runway, but kept it body conscious and elongated the line with the use of a turtleneck.


Calvin Klein made me want to bury my face into this ultra soft iteration, taking a sweet dress form.

zero + maria cornejo

Zero + Maria Cornejo makes pieces that last, and last, and last, and so we are pretty confident that this turtleneck coat silhouette will be a timeless one.

ralph lauren

Wooing us in all white, Ralph Lauren accentuates all of that volume with a slightly more cowl turtleneck, which presents itself as the ultimate plush, luxe indulgence.

Ralph Rucci

How do you make a turtleneck couture? Ralph Rucci has the answer, via an intricate print and neck-hugging, stuff shape.

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