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  1. Alyssa says

    Haha I love that first picture! Honestly, I can’t stand turtlenecks–but it’s nothing against how they look. I actually think they can look supppperrrr chic…I just find that I always feel like I’m choking when I wear one. Alas, this is one piece I must admire from afar!

    The Glossy Life

  2. Rachel says

    I wore them a lot as a child (when Mommy dressed me!) but a few years ago I had a black one I wore a lot. I like them!

    Life Unsweetened

  3. Eleanor says

    i must say im not the biggest fan… but this is nice on you! :)

  4. Danica says

    love the outfit! i think turtlenecks can look chic. i was eyeing the one you are wearing at the gap too!

  5. YES!! I love turtlenecks- they are so warm and cozy!

  6. I’m all for turtlenecks lately, especially chunky knits! They can look super chic and add an extra bit of warmth to a fall or winter outfit! I did just pick up a tissue thin turtleneck from J.Crew that will be in heavy rotation this fall.

  7. I have always loved turtlenecks! I had a few great ones I sold to a consignment years ago, but I am ready for some new!

  8. Cee says

    You certainly wear it well, Amanda :)

    I love the lighter skinny ribbed polonecks or in cashmere ( when I’ve saved up enough ) and prefer to wear them layered under coats, jackets and other sweaters.

    I did however, have one similar to yours years ago I’d wear over a T-shirt or skivvy ( the poloneck shirt kind, not American slang for undies :) ) to good effect :)

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  10. Sweatertv says

    Nothing beats a nice thick turtleneck!!! I wear them all the time!!! I love the looks I get from people when it’s 80 degrees out and I’m wearing one!!!! I don’t understand why everyone doesn’t love them!!!!

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