5 Cozy Turtleneck Sweaters to Get You Through Winter: Friday Finds
Turtlenecks are a closet staple for anyone who dares to venture outside once temperatures really begin to drop. Get a jump on this winter closet staple and check out the following cozy turtleneck sweaters.
Who says turtlenecks can’t be sexy? This turtleneck originally comes from Bebe (and is now at ThredUp) and features a sexy slit up its back, and a subtle peek-a-boo pattern. Wear this under a faux leather jacket (and paired with a sexy skirt and boots) to stay snugly while out on a date. Priced at $16.49.
Sometimes you need a sweater with pockets. Where else can you store your phone, emergency snacks, and tissues whilst binge watching your favorite show on Netflix? This sweater also comes from ThredUp and is priced at $8.99. We really love its red hue and button-up turtleneck.
If you like to keep your arms free and clear of any obstruction (aka sleeves), this is the turtleneck for you. It features 3/4-length sleeves and a billowy neck. Perfect for the office that just can’t seem to maintain a warm or cold temperature. Priced at $17.49 from ThredUp.
This shirt maintains its place among the ranks of cozy turtleneck sweaters because of its slouchy fit. But it’s this sweater’s structure that also makes it subtly sensual. Pair with jeans or leggings – whatever suits you. Priced at $108 from Free People.
5. Cozy Cable Cape
If you’re looking for a turtleneck sweater that is totally different from all the rest, this is the one you need to invest in. (And we say invest in because it’s pricey.) This alpaca cozy cable cape is really cute and perfect for staying warm and stylish at the same time. Priced at $230 from Free People.
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