It’s that time of year again: turtleneck season. A polarizing wardrobe item perhaps, but an absolute staple in my closet. I love that they’re “back in style” (were they ever really out?) because there are a lot of cute options. Turtlenecks are great under sweaters or blazers for winter layering and I’ve rounded up some of my favorite sustainable styles for the season. I added some styling inspiration to this Pinterest board too.
Sustainable Turtlenecks for Winter Layering
Prana TENCEL Modal Turtleneck
Made from sustainable TENCEL™ Modal this style is lightweight, drapey and super soft. Currently 30% off too!
Sézane Felix Jumper
Made with organic cotton this ribbed style from Sézane has a gorgeous button detail at the sleeve. And a neckline that’s just the right height.
Madewell Whisper Cotton Turtleneck
Soft, drapey and light this minimal wardrobe staple comes in pretty neutrals or stripes
Summersalt TENCEL Modal Mockneck
This super soft, ribbed long sleeve mock neck looks chic and polished (I love the white) and has a longer length perfect for pairing with leggings and tunic sweaters.
Amour Vert Lux Paris Rib Turtleneck
I love the Lux Paris Rib fabric from Amour Vert and this turtleneck style comes in bright colors and a fitted style, great for layering under a sweater or blazer.
Faherty Rib Turtleneck
Like the perfect mix of a light sweater and a shirt this ribbed turtleneck from Faherty is super soft and breathable. I love the neutral colors like mountain cream and brownie. Would be gorgeous under a tan blazer.
Outfit details: Sézane Marlon Coat, Marc Fisher Boots, Prana Leggings, Smartwool Socks, White & Warren Beanie (JESS20 for 20% off), Similar Turtleneck (pictured turtleneck is several years old), L.L. Bean Mittens, & Other Stories Sweater (old)
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Yes!! The turtleneck is my #1 fall/winter clothing staple and I’m so happy to see them get some appreciation!
Glad I’m not the only one!