At some point a few years ago, I stopped wearing turtlenecks. I’m not sure what it was, but I’m officially rescinding my turtleneck prohibition. A turtleneck sweater — with or without a cowl — is a flattering fit that highlights your cheekbones and does that delicate trick of being sexy but not revealing. Plus, they’re really, really warm, which is kind of at a premium right now. After the jump, 10 terrific turtlenecks, to keep you covered.
It’s winter coat week, so we’ve gathered up some awesome shawl collar coats — coats that’ll keep your neck especially warm and toasty. We’ve found nine awesome options after the jump!
This week, we’re all about finding you the perfect winter coat. For those of you with a more traditional lean, try a plaid coat! Shake things up by adding a shawl collar, or try a plaid in a unique hue for something different.
Last week, we showed you how to wear body jewelry; this week, we’ve decided to highlight hand harnesses and hand jewelry. If you’re bored of your standard bracelets and rings, try a hand harness — worn alone or over a glove — for some added bling.
I am not graceful during the summer. Really, is it reasonable for anyone to expect to look like anything but a mess when it’s 90 degrees and it feels as though the world is going to melt? Probably not. But certain occasions do warrant looking more put-together. On those days, I thank the sweet gods of practical fashion for bringing me Anthropologie’s reversible, seamless tank. This top comes in seven colors, camouflages moisture spots, and never loses its shape, regardless of how much you
sweat like a pig glisten in it. Add to that the pretty reasonable price, and it’s an obvious addition to your summer wardrobe. I started out with one and quickly grabbed four more, pretty much forsaking all other shirts on really hot days. Go casual with shorts, or dress it up with a high-waisted circle skirt, our favorite breeze-inducing shape for the season. [$24, Anthropologie] Keep reading »