What it is:
It’s time to switch from lighter fabrics to thicker knits as the weather gets colder. The transition from summer to fall is difficult, so we need to switch to thicker sweaters and layer properly. That’s where the sleeveless Turtleneck comes in. Although it may look like a complicated combination of warm-weather and winter features, you will find yourself reaching for it often. The sleeveless turtleneck is a good choice, as consumers are increasingly embracing trans-seasonal products.
It’s why you’ll love it:
The roll neck profile of this shirt provides protection for windy or cold days. However, it is breathable and doesn’t feel heavy on your skin due to its lack of long sleeves. The sleek silhouette makes it a great choice for office wear. While the knitted fabric allows you to move freely and provides comfort, the knitted fabric is easy to maintain. The sleeveless rollneck can be layered underneath a double-breasted or relaxed bomber to make it an autumn-appropriate ensemble. It’s also a smart option to wear by itself when the afternoons are still in their twenties.
We’ve seen it everywhere:
There are many options for sleeves that can be worn in cold climates, as shown in the Autumn/Winter 2021-2022 collections. Drome has a bright green cropped version. This can be worn alone or layered to make a statement. The knits at Dawai were heavier, and we noticed a purple version that was larger than normal. This will look great paired with a black outfit in winter. Courreges also presented a black dress version. This is a great option if you prefer a more pared down style that still looks elegant and polished. Balenciaga’s Haute Couture collection proved the versatility of the sleeveless style. Demna Gvasalia wore a textured gown that hugged the chest all the way to her neck. 16 Arlington opted for a lighter style, but a larger belt to highlight its striking silhouette.
How to style it:
Street One’s sleeveless turtlenecks are a great choice if you want something timeless that you will reach for again and again. This turtleneck is available in a deep navy shade that can be worn with almost any outfit and can also be used as a layer when temperatures drop. Dorothee Schumacher’s style will suit anyone who wants a bright, summery color that can still look great in autumn. Its bright orange will brighten any bottoms and pair well with a classic beige blazer. The NU-IN vest provides more coverage. The vest’s soft handle makes it ideal for wearing under a puffer or parka coat on cold days. O’Neill’s Teaser’ tank is a versatile style that you can wear as a layer now or later in the season. The tank is lightweight and lightly ribbed to create a cool, texture effect.
The transition between seasons can be difficult in the early autumn. However, the sleeveless rolling neck is an excellent option. It doesn’t matter if you pick it in a colourful, casual or smart style, it will get lots of wear over the coming weeks.