The turtle neck season is in full swing, but you don't have to resign yourself to resembling a tech executive if you want to rock the style. Instead, change the boring black version of this functional fabric for the bold updates of the season, in bright colors and bold patterns.
Do not sleep with the trend of bedding as seasonal clothing for the season. Stay comfortable like an insect with a thick rib knit look from head to toe, even better with a tie dye that improves mood, then place a huge Balenciaga-style padded coat over it, adorned with extravagant feathers. Complete the cafeteria set with a teddy bear hat for extra heat.
Going out doesn't always mean glamor. Relax on girls' night in a plaid outfit with a hidden baggy turtle. Bring some shine to the mix with a leather backpack with rhinestone fringes and cute kitty heels. Mix a pair of fun wool socks in your bag to challenge outdoors; Hi, socks with sandals are all the rage!
Dress for the job you want: CEO. Design a thick zipper with a striking raincoat and a leather pencil skirt to control any room. Put on a pair of knee-high boots and you'll be ready to conquer those commercial goals.
A silk dress is a winner for the black tie functions, but here we show you how to wear the light dress at freezing temperatures: choose a high neck and a coat that hugs the body for instant heat. The gold jewels and a kitsch handbag, which also functions as a fan in an excessively jealous interior heat, bring some drama to your style without sacrificing comfort.
Walk on the wild side in an unexpected turtle neck with zebra print. Dress in the loud and proud pattern when balancing it with black staples: a large jacket (borrowed from your boyfriend in a hurry) and the current favorite Instagram footwear: combat boots. Ta-da! You are an appropriate street star for the weather.
Crew credits: Photographer: Tamara Beckwith / NYPOST; Stylist: Nicole Zane; Stylist's assistant: Tayler Bradford; Hair / Makeup: T. Cooper / crowdMGMT using ECRU New York; Model: Sofia Harmanda / Muse; Location: Primo’s, 129 Chambers St.