In the coming winter season, turtlenecks can be seen everywhere - in catalogs, in stores, on the catwalk; There is no doubt that the turtleneck, this simple yet versatile piece of women's wardrobe, is back in fashion this season - and can be worn in a variety of ways.
Under a sweater instead of a shirt
The collar of a shirt, flirtatiously peeking out from under a buttoned jacket or sweater, is a detail that could be seen, for example, on the Louis Vuitton runway spring-summer 2012. In winter, this very shirt can be replaced with a light turtleneck - it is not only warmer, but also looked after it is much easier for her than for a shirt.
An elongated vest, tight trousers and a turtleneck are an effective combination for gaining slimness (at least visually). The turtleneck lengthens the torso, making the figure more proportional - and the vest has long been used to create trendy layered ensembles.
With a summer skirt
Although officially the designer collections are subdivided into fall-winter and spring-summer, in fact, most of the clothes from the spring-summer season can be successfully fitted into a wardrobe for cold weather. An indispensable helper in this case is a turtleneck, which turns even a light summer skirt into a completely harmonious addition to a winter ensemble.
As a bright detail
Designers of the Pringle of Scotland brand suggest using a turtleneck as a bright detail of any ensemble in traditionally winter dark colors - instead of a colored scarf or a bright necklace.
As a background for jewelry
To prevent the original necklace from being “lost” against the background of the colorful ensemble, you can wear a dark, monochromatic turtleneck as a kind of “background”.
Under the dress
The fashion brand BCBG Max Azri, not only this winter, but also next spring, proposes to wear a turtleneck with a dress - the ensembles from the spring-summer 2012 collection of the fashion brand, thanks to the combination of a very thin turtleneck and a light, almost airy dress, subtly remind of the style of the seventies. BCBG