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5 Styling Tips For Turtleneck Tops

Winter is here and all you think about is snuggling into some nice warm clothing. Turtlenecks – perfect winter-tops will never go out of style. They are warm, snuggly and help to keep our necks warm. This winter, style your favourite turtleneck by wearing it with these 5 things.



* Palazzo

Opt for a nice pair of palazzo bottoms – you can go for the same coloured (but different shade) to add a little girlishness to your look, or can opt for contrast colours altogether to add a different edge. Not many know that pairing turtleneck with palazzo gives you some virtual height and make you look leaner.

* Midi Skirt

Turtleneck with midi skirts is so retro and fun! You can opt for a plain turtleneck and chunky floral printed midi skirt to add a light peppiness to your otherwise classic outfit. Opt for nice old-fashioned pumps or mid-heeled and low-ankle boots to go with your outfit.

* Mini Skirt And Leggings

Want to opt for something warm for winter parties? Pull on a turtleneck full-sleeved top (t-shirt or sweater) and pair it with a mini skirt (pencil or flared), black leggings (warmer than stockings) and dark-hued boots. You are absolutely good to go!

* Jeans

The most casual you can go with a classic turtleneck is by pairing it with jeans. When grey turtleneck can work like charm on anything, literally, with a good pair of jeans you can experiment with colours of your top. And for footwear, you can literally opt for anything from a pair of classic tennis shoes to a pair of classy pumps.

* Big Chunky Neck-pieces


You can make your turtleneck look ultimately classy by adding the right amount of bling with it – opt for a nice set of metal jewellery. Make sure that the neck-piece has a nice big pedant.

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