7 Ways to Wear a Wool Turtleneck Sweater This Fall

Wool turtleneck sweaters are an essential piece of clothing to have in your closet this fall and winter season. Not only can they be worn as the main part of an outfit, but they can also work well underneath jackets and blazers, or under dresses and skirts during the colder days of the year. Wool turtleneck sweaters have many benefits including being able to keep you warm, being able to last for many years, and looking stylish and sleek when paired with other items in your closet.

1) With a Midi Skirt

If you’re looking for new ways to wear a wool turtleneck this season, try pairing it with a midi skirt. The length will make the neckline appear more flattering and the skirt will act as an added layer of warmth. With Jeans- If you want to go for a casual look, choose jeans or dark wash denim. This will help balance out the elegant nature of the neckline and make it more wearable on most occasions. Paired with boots or flats, this is great if you’re going on errands around town.

2) With Wide-Leg Trousers

Wide-leg trousers are the perfect match for turtleneck sweaters. A wide leg creates more volume and is more forgiving, making it better for those of us who have curves. The trousers’ soft fabric also gives you an extra level of warmth on chilly days. You can pair your turtleneck sweater with a variety of bottoms, such as jeans, skirts, or leggings. For this look, I paired mine with wide-leg wool trousers in navy blue and camel tones.

3) With Cropped Jeans

1. Pull on a pair of jeans, or any other bottoms you prefer, and add an oversized sweater as the top layer. A wool turtleneck is perfect for this time of year, plus it’ll keep you extra warm when the weather gets chilly. 2. If there’s any chill in the air, try pairing your turtleneck with leggings for a cozy look that’s still cute and comfortable. 3. For an even cozier look, try pairing your turtleneck with stretchy yoga pants or sweatpants for an at-home outfit that’s both comfortable and stylish.

4) Half-Tucked Into High-Waisted Jeans

1. Half-Tucked Into High-Waisted Jeans: Sure, you know that half-tucking your shirt into high-waisted jeans is one of the most basic tricks in the book. But what about tucking your turtleneck into those jeans? It’s going to be super cozy and look really cute too. You can do it with either a long or short turtleneck depending on how much of your torso you want to show off!

5) Under a Jumpsuit

A jumpsuit is an item of clothing that was once thought of as somewhat risque, but has since been embraced by everyone alike. Whether you’re feeling more casual or going for that work-ready look, a jumpsuit can easily transition from day to night with the right accessories. A simple jumpsuit is the perfect choice if you’re looking for something chic and comfortable. Pair it with black heeled boots, a wide brim hat, and gold jewelry for some extra glamour or dress it down with sneakers, a beanie and your favorite moto jacket.

6) With a Pleated Skirt

It might not be quite as popular as the ubiquitous little black dress, but the turtleneck sweater is undoubtedly iconic for fall. If you’ve never tried one before, now’s your chance! And if you’re already a fan of this cozy garment, it’s time to get creative with how you wear it. Below are seven options for how to style your wool turtleneck sweater this fall, from casual daytime looks perfect for school or work all the way through elegant evening looks that’ll make you want to stay up later than usual.

7) Layered Over a Dress

Layered clothing is an essential fall trend, and one of my favorites is wearing a wool turtleneck sweater over a dress. It’s the perfect way to stay warm while still looking chic. Plus, since it’s not too bulky, you can wear it under your coat for the extra warmth. Here are seven ways I like to style this look.

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