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10th Commandment: October 16

Dear Belle,

My longtime favorite (only?) black turtleneck sweater is no longer wearable, and I’ve had a hard time finding a replacement.  I want something that isn’t super-tight and clingy, but not so loose that it looks like a sweatshirt.  And no ribbing.  Just a nice smooth black turtleneck sweater that I can wear to work, out in the evening, etc.
SLK

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Equipment Oscar Turtleneck (Net-a-Porter, $318)

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Neiman Marcus Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater ($150)

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Julie Solid Turtleneck (Club Monaco, $79)

Plus-size: Land’s End Fine Gauge Turtleneck ($59) Petite: Lord & Taylor Neutrals Cashmere Turtleneck ($104)

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    2 comments

  1. AVV says:

    I also think Land’s End is a great source for this kind of thing. I’ve got a cashmere black turtleneck from them that I love and wear pretty much everywhere (work, church, out). It’s substantial without being heavy, and it looks great plain or layered under a scarf, vest, etc. I loved it so much I bought another in navy, and now they’re my winter wardrobe workhorses.

    October 16, 2013/Reply
  2. Alexandra says:

    How on earth does one wear turtlenecks without looking like a giraffe? I can never seem to pull one off without looking like my neck is either insanely long or I look like a bobble head…

    October 16, 2013/Reply