16 Turtleneck Sweaters to Wear With Everything in Your Wardrobe

Pssst. Hey, pal. Over here. What’s good? Heard you’re in the market for a new go-to sweater. You got to try these turtlenecks, man. They’ll rock your world. I swear. I’m talking A1 fabrics, sourced from the finest mills abroad, and enough funky patterns to make you feel like you’re living in an IRL version of your grooviest, most far-out dreams. You can’t scoop garms like this in any old store stateside. I got a guy in Europe who bangs my line when the really good shit comes through, and this is top-notch, premium product, dude. I’m telling you—it doesn’t get much better than this.

Want something more mellow? All good, homie. I feel that. There are plenty of styles to go around. If the statement sweater isn’t your thing I can also hook you up with a not-so-basic option in a classic merino wool or, hell, if you’re really trying to unwind, a brushed cotton as soft as your favorite tee. Looking for a chunky cable number, or a sleek, form-fitting joint you’re going to rock with some high-waisted pants and a Cuban heeled boot? (Great call, by the way.) Say less, king. I got it all.

Not to rush you or anything, man, but I kind of need to get going. You copping or not? Cash is ideal but I can swing Venmo, too. Be safe out there, brother. And enjoy the new turtleneck. That shit is potent.

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Soft Touch Turtleneck T-Shirt

Uniqlo uniqlo.com


As promised: the turtleneck as soft as—maybe even softer than—your favorite tee. 

Marl Roll Neck Sweater

Topman topman.com


There’s something about the whole damn camel-colored family that looks so right come fall. 

Super Soft Supima Turtleneck

Land’s End landsend.com


Another super-soft option made out of wrinkle-resistant Supima—and at a bargain price, to boot. 

Merino Turtleneck Sweater

Gap gap.com


Those camel tones, man. They’re like a fashion lover’s pumpkin spice (aka pure catnip for anyone eagerly waiting for the temperatures to really drop). 

Merino Wool Turtleneck Sweater

J.Crew jcrew.com


Machine washable merino wool for all the accident-prone turtleneck aficionados out there.  

Merino Roll-Neck Sweater

COS cosstores.com


Simple, streamlined, easy to wear. In other words, COS at its absolute best, doing the absolute right amount. 

Striped Ribbed Turtleneck

Todd Snyder toddsnyder.com


Wool sourced from Italy fashioned into a beefy ribbed turtleneck that looks so damn handsome it’ll help even your most slovenly of friends get a fit off. (What I’m saying is, gift it to them ASAP and help save them from their own swaglessness.) 

Waffle-Knit Cotton Rollneck Sweater

Nicholas Daley mrporter.com


The sweater that’s consistently haunted my dreams since it dropped earlier this summer. 

Jacquard-Knit Rollneck Sweater

Altea mrporter.com


Man, I told you it’d get funky. 

Logo Print Turtleneck Sweatshirt

A-COLD-WALL* farfetch.com


A sweatshirt style (!) team A-Cold-Wall* turned into a turtleneck, upping the style ante considerably in the process. 

Fine Ribbed Block Colour Jumper

Wales Bonner farfetch.com


The best red, white, and blue take I’ve seen this whole summer comes via one of fall’s sweetest sweaters (and a London-based designer). 

Stripe-Trimmed Rollneck Sweater

Kingsman mrporter.com


An extremely good Scottish-milled option, exclusive to Mr Porter and of the retailer’s “costume-to-collection” collaboration with the latest Kingsman flick.

Vertical Stripe Jumper

Undercover farfetch.com


The easiest way to up your vertical, long-winded Youtube videos not necessary. (Anyone who played basketball as a kid: I know you feel me.)

Mélange Rollneck Sweater

Inis Meáin mrporter.com


Inis Meáin’s been doing this shit for a minute, and it shows. 

Patchwork Turtleneck Jumper

JW Anderson farfetch.com


Anderson, back at it again with an absolute banger of a DIY-inflected, super craft-y, standout sweater. 

Patch-Embellished Jumper

Heron Preston farfetch.com


Heron Preston anticipates your every functional need with one big-ass pocket that solves all your on-the-go storage problems in a cinch. 

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Avidan Grossman is the Style eCommerce Editor at Esquire, covering men’s fashion, shoes, grooming, and accessories.

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