Three Ways to Style Turtlenecks for the Holidays

How be warm but still look good

Picking out outfits to wear for the holidays is always exciting. From bold, jewel tones to shiny metallics, it’s a time to dress up and get in a festive mood. As a Canadian girl who endures cold weather for the majority of the year, I’m a big fan of turtlenecks. Here are three ways to style turtlenecks for the holiday season.

Leather Weather

I adore leather pieces during the colder months, and you can’t go wrong with a turtleneck and leather skirt combo. Any coloured turtleneck works, but for impact, go for a bolder holiday colour such as red.

Top: Uniqlo
Skirt: Aritzia
Booties: Michael Kors

Suit Up

Get your favourite jumpsuit holiday-ready by layering. Try wearing textured fabrics such as velvet and velour to elevate the look and make it more festive.

Top: Guess
Jumpsuit: Frank and Oak
Booties: Michael Kors

Metallic Dreams

If there’s one festive piece of clothing you should invest in (besides an ugly holiday sweater), it’s a metallic pleated skirt. Go for a colour gold, silver, or green, and pair it with a neutral turtleneck. You can style this look with chic pumps, or heeled booties.

Top: Guess
Skirt: M Boutique
Booties: Michael Kors

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