What to Wear with a Black Turtleneck

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Jason Wu

The turtleneck and cadet-inspired jacket combo is major. Or maybe it’s just generally spectacular. Thanks for being a trooper while we decide.

Get the look: BCBG Max Azria Royce color-block military jacket, $298.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Chris Moore / Catwalking / Getty Images; Courtesy of BCBG Max Azria Group)

Diane von Furstenberg

All-black everything is self-explanatory (if you’re confused, move to NYC for a winter). But consider adding opera-length leather gloves because, frankly, what DVF says goes.

Get the look: Oasis flower-embellished dress, $105.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Chris Moore / Catwalking / Getty Images; Courtesy of Oasis)

Rag & Bone

Remember in high school (er, last winter) when you made out with that ski instructor and told everyone those marks were curling iron burns? Learn from mountain mishaps past with a turtleneck and Western blanket-inspired jacket.

Get the look: BB Dakota Ruth jacket, $90.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Peter Michael Dills / Getty Images; Courtesy of BB Dakota)

 

Moschino

Stripes and a noir turtleneck paired with ankle-grazing trousers and ballet flats are so French New Wave. Truffaut and top that.

Get the look: Karen Kane shawl-collar jacket, $172.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Daniele Schiavello / Catwalking / Getty Images; Courtesy of Karen Kane)

 

Milly

If you’re feeling sheepish about putting the girls on display once the temperature drops, bust out your trusty turtleneck to turn a summery wardrobe malfunction into a winning winter look.

Get the look: VPL convexity breaker maxidress, $295.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Mike Coppola / Getty Images; Clay Kessack / Courtesy of VPL)

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac

You only live once. And the time to dress like an Italian man who keeps his chest hair untangled whilst riding his Vespa with a silk scarf-inspired zip-up bomber and full-coverage sweater is now.

Get the look: Pixie Market Marais jacket, $134.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Kristy Sparow / Getty Images; Courtesy of Pixie Market)

 

Cynthia Rowley

We’re picking up on a pattern — of genius. Pair with jeans and an Apple product.

Get the look: Shabd Truffle huipil blouse, $231.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Thomas Concordia / Getty Images; Paul Mpagi Sepuya / Courtesy of ShabdIsMyName.com)

Chalayan

There’s an 87 percent chance your dad enthusiastically wore turtlenecks in the ’70s. Embrace your chip-off-the-old-(color)-block status with a peach and navy top.

Get the look: Eight Sixty color-block blouse, $69.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Chris Moore / Catwalking / Getty Images; Courtesy of Piperlime)

 

Bill Blass

In the wild, turtles and leopards rarely meet. Which is a shame, since they look so great in tandem.

Get the look: Dorothy Perkins black leopard-collar dress, $55.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Dario Cantatore / Getty Images; Courtesy of Dorothy Perkins)

Alexander Wang

You’re tough but tear up when you watch PBS. Or perhaps you’re a professional potpourri tester who also works the dead shift at the tattoo parlor. Either way, a leather vest over your turtleneck will keep anyone who tries to categorize you off his game — and you on top of yours.

Get the look: Silence & Noise faux-leather moto vest, $79.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Karl Prouse / Catwalking / Getty Images; Courtesy of Urban Outfitters)

Dries Van Noten

To the responsible people who always go the whole nine yards (of fabric) and cover all their bases (and body parts), we commend you.

Get the look: Ark & Co. pleated maxiskirt, $88.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Alexander Klein / Getty Images; Courtesy of PiperlimeAlexander Klein / Getty Images; Courtesy of Need Supply Co.)

Chalayan

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Bill Blass

In the wild, turtles and leopards rarely meet. Which is a shame, since they look so great in tandem.

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Alexander Wang

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Acne

In its natural habitat, a tortoise uses its shell to blend in. In your natural environment, you can use a camo jacket to stand out.

Get the look: Zara camouflage jacket, $100.

By: DailyCandy (Photo Credit: Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho / Getty Images; Courtesy of Zara)

Dries Van Noten

To the responsible people who always go the whole nine yards (of fabric) and cover all their bases (and body parts), we commend you.

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