Wearing: Monse Skirt (similar), Everlane Sleeveless Turtleneck Sweater c/o Everlane (old, but similar here, here, and here), Uterqüe Over-the-Knee Boots (similar here and here), Le Specs Sunglasses, Larsson & Jennings Watch c/o, and Jacquemus Le Sac Chiquito (similar here and on a budget here)
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While it may be deemed as impractical by many, a sleeveless turtleneck sweater comes in handy during those warm-ish fall days and still keep you warm.
I’ve had a love a fair with sleeveless turtlenecks for years. They might seem the most impractical thing to wear, since they are sweaters, yet they don’t have sleeves, when the function of sweaters is to keep you warm. However, they are not that impractical when the right weather allows it, even if this specific weather takes place just a few days a year. It consists of days when it is sunny and warm enough to allow you to wear something sleeveless, and a turtleneck will do the trick by still keeping you warm on the neck. Just in case to eliminate the chances of catching a cold.
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