About this time last year, I posted this look. What caught my attention at the time was the addition of a turtleneck. If you’re like me, the turtleneck is probably something you wore a lot in about 1986.

But turtlenecks are making a serious comeback this season and in spite of  those scary memories, I’m loving the look more and more!

This fall I’ve been piling up a collection form fitting, thin options to layer under coats, crewneck tees, really anything! They’re going to keep me warm all winter long.

Totally Turtleneck

What do you think luvies? Are you on the turtleneck bandwagon too?

Here’s to a cozy and chic week! PS: I’m banking more fall inspirations on Polyvore. If you’re on Polyvore, I’d love it if you gave me a follow here!

What do you think?

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  1. I love turtlenecks! Particularly if they’re form fitting and not too chunky and boxy. Granted, a cozy chunky turtleneck can be great for weekend lounging.

  2. Personally I can’t imagine a fall/winter time without a turtleneck! I wore them since I can remember 🙂 so for me it’s nothing new :)…the thing than changes is color or shape but that’s it. I love turtlenecks!

  3. Actually I’m wearing a turtleneck today! I use to hate them as a kid, but I love them. They keep me warm and are comfortable. The one I have on today, I adore because it has buttons on the sleeve, making it more up-to-date.

    ♥, Londa

    PS, See my turtle neck here…http://instagrid.me/designroundup/

  4. I have always loved turtlenecks — when you have a neck like a gazelle, you find they are your friends. My winter staple is the black, grey or camel cashmere turtleneck!

  5. I will definitely try the turtleneck this year. When I was younger, my mom dressed me in turtlenecks and floral leggings all. the. time. I’ll pair it with some jeans, a classic pant or a skirt.

  6. I love turtlenecks and will be in them this winter!!! I think they strike a classic and chic note.

  7. I’ve always loved turtlenecks – probably because my mother and aunts and grandmother loved them. And classics. And I especially love the royal blue trench!