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Brainwashed by BBC porn faggot trainer K views. I am pro-turtleneck overall except for the above reason, and occasional feeling of rising heat once I put one on and the need to peel it off once the temp rises. Down here that can be a very steep rise in temperature in the middle of the day!
Never even noticed they made my bust appear larger!! Funny that that was one benefit that escaped me. I used to hate turtlenecks, though I was prime candidate for them run cold, long neck,small bustline.
I got used to them eventally and went for a short time a few years back wearing them but then as I aged my jaw line got saggy. I think they pull all the attention right to that area and I end up looking like I have no jawline. If I wear one that is lower on the neck and looser it brings the attention to my creepy neck- no more turtlenecks for me, it all works out though because I also run hotter.
I quite enjoy turtlenecks in general because of the reasons you provide Angie. Right now being one of them. I had a love and hate relationship with them, mostly because anything too close to my neck suffocated me. Now I understand this is all a matter of finding the right turtleneck for me, where neck is not tight but still fitted and does not gape.
They are awesome and worth the high price, I want to war them all the time. I think my body lends itself to t-necks well: My neck is not overly long for my height but again it is not short either. I especially like t-necks in flattering colors as they come very close to my face. Sometimes I find it hard to wear a black one for that reason but I like the graphic and dramatic effect of it.
Now I am trying to knit a cropped chunky cream turtleneck for myself as I gave up to find what I like in the stores…. I prefer a lightweight wool not scratchy that can be worn folded neck or scrunched Angie — which way is in right now?
I never know I am searching so far in vain for a nice chunky ivory one to add to this year. The ones I have are mainly for layering jackets over. Turtlenecks are tricky for me. I used to wear them underneath shirts, but now cringe when I look at old photos. I do, however, love the coziness a turtleneck provides, and so I always have a couple of loose fitting ones in winter that I wear in casual settings with jeans.
Nothing like a turtleneck when the setting is a cabin in the snow. I like polo necks but find them claustrophobic in all but the lightest of cotton knits, I wear my scarves loosely knotted for the same reason.
They are probably not my most flattering look but not an epic fail either. I do love the look of polo necks on others, I think they are incredibly elegant in a fine gauge and utterly adorable in a chunkier knit. I love them for layering. I felt very sleek and hip in this ensemble. I am not sure what changed. I feel huge and lumpy in a traditional turtleneck. I used to stay away from turtlenecks because I had a long neck and broad shoulders with short hair and they made me look too square.
Now, a turtleneck close to my neck accentuates my sinewy neck and not-so-hot jawline. I do like cowls though, especially the deep fold ones that can convert to an off-the-shoulder look.
And, I am wearing more collared woven shirts. I keep trying to replicate the coziness of a polo neck me too! I have always and will continue to love turtlenecks.
Given the bust enhancing quality of them I tend to choose darker color turtlenecks but when layering I have been known to break that rule. I enjoy the sleek line of them, ease of layering, warmth, and the fact that they never really go out of style. Turtlenecks — no way. Make me look just like a turtle—and not in a cute way. Cowl necks on the other hand work a treat.
I love turtlenecks too, but I rarely wear them anymore. I adore their classic, sleek style. Most of my true turtlenecks are gone anymore. However, I always love to see others wearing them. As I have both a short neck and a large bust, turtlenecks and I are just not meant to be together.
However, I can wear a cowl neck reasonably well. I do think turtlenecks are attractive on most people — very streamlined — and wish I could rock one too! The other two are better as layering pieces. I quite like them too Angie.
When I am wearing a non-turtle neck in cooler weather I usually create the same effect with scarfs. In fact I prefer a collar of any kind as opposed to no collar. I also like to add a scarf for color and style but I once heard Clinton Kelly say one or the other but not both. What do you say about it? I love them on others but I get claustrophobic in them too. I also have a large bust so they are not my best look.
I love funnel neck tops that are as high or higher than turtle necks but are open in the front so create a v at the neck. I am completely anti-turtleneck on me for all the above reasons you stated. Even as a child, I hated wearing them though — felt completely strangled.
Absolutely love them, in solid colours, stripes, colour-blocked and abstract prints. I like to use the super light-weight ones as layering pieces under jackets and blazers, and more substantial fabrics to wear on their own although I do layer with those as well in the colder months. I live in a very cold climate, and. Love them for their cozy warmth. I tend to stick to softer fabrications as wool is so itchy especially along my neck and collarbone. I have a short neck and large bust, somi struggle making them look fab.
Still, worth it for the warmth factor! I really should reconsider, though, now that my neck is starting to show its age. Thanks for the vote of confidence, Angie. I love that you believe I can still rock a turtleneck, but I respectfully maintain that not all aging necks are equal. As a small busted, Cold running, regular necked Kansan, turtlenecks are an important part of my cool weather wardrobe.
Angie, your tricks with scarves and pendants have been so helpful. I mostly wear plain rather than patterned turtlenecks as a layering piece with jackets.
I try to replace them frequently. I totally love the turtleneck. Especially if it is in a fine knit gauge. Feels very comfy to me. I live in Minnesota. Like or dislike, not an option. Love, love, love a classic, form fitting turtle for its stark simplicity and elegance.
It is an all time favorite and go-to look for me for many years. The female body is a wondrous thing and I am now at the age where I can heat up better than a combustion engine. Most of that heat emits from my chest up. A turtleneck feels like a torture device to me, even if it does cover my neck wrinkles. I used to LOVE turtlenecks. I do run cold. However, this fall I have felt like they really cover my neck and are not as flattering as I supposed.
I do prefer a looser neck style, though. I really like them, they agree with my style and body shape, but I do tend to run hot and feel strangled quickly. If you have reached a certain age and have a short enough neck for a turtleneck to reach the bottom of your chin, beware. I have a short neck and so they are not flattering on me. I also feel waaaay too masculine when I wear one. I never wear them. These days I wear them mostly as layering pieces, under blazers I look semi-intellectual teaming a black or grey poloneck with a tweed jacket , polarfleece tops or under medium to chunky crew or V-neck sweaters.
So delighted to see this post on turtlenecks.. Turtlenecks have always been a go to item for me.. My hair is also super short, and with a longer neck, I believe the turtleneck looks better on me than a v -neck or rounded neck.
My fall and winter wardrobe consists of lots and lots of different gauge and colored turtlenecks, plenty of beautiful scarves to compliment and usually a shorter tweed or solid blazar to top it off.
Not a pretty look. I used to hate turtlenecks when I was younger since my mother forced me to wear them and they were way too warm for me. I love turtlenecks; particularly fitted. My big trial with turtlenecks is finding them in a long enough body length.
They almost always stop short. Living in a winter city, I need the extra length for coverage and warmth…for about 7 months of the year.
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