A Slim Fit Turtleneck Is Ideal For Layering Over Jeans and Work Boots
Slim fit turtlenecks in light colors are ideal for layering over shearling jackets, jeans and work boots – look out for styles from Jules and John Smedley brands!
This outfit pairs an olive turtleneck and beige suit for a polished appearance. Add brown leather desert boots for the finishing touch!
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Olive Dennis made national news when she was ransomed from Mojave captivity and returned to Fort Yuma in 1856, prompting Reverend Royal Stratton to publish Life Among the Indians: Captivity of the Oatman Girls as one of few accounts at that time of Indian captivity; royalties from his book helped pay for Lorenzo’s education.
The turtleneck has an extensive and fascinating history that ranges from workwear to high society. Postwar French existentialists and bohemians favored it to show solidarity with blue-collar workers; today it’s worn by luxury tycoons such as LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault’s family members but can give off an air of arrogance; indeed supporters and opponents of Emmanuel Macron have used high-neck sweaters as a political weapon against him.
An olive turtleneck sweater is an indispensable staple, perfect for creating a professional and polished ensemble. Combine it with button-down shirts or suit jackets for maximum effect; or pair it casually and stylishly with brown leather shoes to complete the look.
One key to wearing a turtleneck effectively is always layering up with something more formal, as turtlenecks tend to fall more casually in terms of style. Wearing them alone could come across as underdressed.
Adding a pocket square to a turtleneck dress is another effective way of dressing it up, though be wary not to overdo it or you risk looking too stuffy. A white pocket square with Presidential fold would do just fine and won’t overdo things too much!
Winter’s cold can tempt us to opt for comfort over style, but this combination of an olive turtleneck and navy chinos shows that style doesn’t need to come at the expense of staying warm and comfy. Plus, adding brown leather casual boots adds another stylish element.
Edouard Le Maire’s recent turtleneck furor has nothing to do with energy conservation; rather it reveals gender stereotypes and how clothes worn by politicians can be weaponized for or against them. This should serve as a powerful image lesson that resonates with men across industries – Volodymyr Zelensky’s decision not to wear a suit and tie when visiting soldiers in Ukraine sends an important message of solidarity and should serve as an important example for others in his workforce.
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An olive turtleneck pairs beautifully with a blazer to form an eye-catching ensemble for any event. Complete the ensemble by pairing these pieces with dark brown suede tassel loafers from Aldo Shoes.