A cold weather classic, turtlenecks have stood the test of time (and trends) to prove that they are just as worthy of hanging in your winter closet as your fur coat or favorite cashmere sweater. They are cozy, easy to put together, and can look crazy chic. Any one of these eight turtlenecks would be a welcoming addition to your closet, so keep your eyes peeled (and credit cards out).
Calvin Klein Ottoman Wide Rib Cowl Neck Sweater: The wide-ribbed design and faux leather sleeves make this turtleneck anything but average. Go head-to-toe black for a stylish (and uncomplicated) statement.
J.Crew Cambridge Cable Turtleneck Sweater: For those bone-chilling mornings, count on this no-fuss turtleneck from J.Crew to warm you up when you drag yourself out of bed (bonus: it comes in seven autumn-approved colors).
Joe Fresh Turtleneck: This marled turtleneck sweater is begging to be rocked with black skinny jeans, a red lip, and Chelsea boots—don’t disappoint it.
Magaschoni Colorblock Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater: The eye-catching colorblock design dresses up an otherwise basic turtleneck, making it (and you) look super unique.
American Apparel Unisex Oversized Fisherman Turtleneck Sweater: If clothing was described by life’s moments, this turtleneck would be the epitome of sitting by the fireplace, drinking hot chocolate—now who doesn’t want a turtleneck that feels like that?
ASOS Striped Cropped Sweater with Turtleneck: Pair this cropped version of your old, striped turtleneck with a circle skirt and loafers for a very Parisian feel.
Joie Stellan Poncho Turtleneck Sweater: Ponchos are great; you can wear them as outerwear, or when all of your tops are just not cutting it. The turtleneck on this snuggly version from Joie is an awesomely added bonus.
Gap Eversoft Turtleneck Sweater: With the word ‘eversoft’ in the name, you better believe that this turtleneck lives up to its hype. Plus, it comes in six colors, like light blue and cashew crunch (a classic camel shade).