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How to Style a Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater

January 20, 2021

Hello, and welcome to Dressed for My Day. It’s Wednesday, so that means it’s time for a new YouTube video. Today I’m sharing tips for styling a cashmere turtleneck sweater and showing a look-book full of style inspiration. But even if you don’t wear cashmere…or turtlenecks…you’ll find some take-away here. I’m also sharing some v-neck options and providing style tips that work for other sweaters as well.

How to Style a Black Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater

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Shop the Looks

You can shop all of the looks I showed in the Look-Book at the end of the video below. Just click on the image that you’d like to shop and links will appear. These are affiliate links. So if you shop through them I will potentially earn a commission on your purchases, but at no cost to you. Thank you for supporting my work by shopping my links. I appreciate you.

Did you catch last week’s video? I shared some beautiful shoes (both featured in today’s video, too) for women who have bunions. You can catch it here. You also might enjoy my video on Winter Wardrobe Essentials.

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We often joke about family drama, but the dynamics of our families of origin truly do have the potential to set us up for trouble. Whether our families were {are} riddled with jealousy, favoritism, neglect, conditional love, distance, strife or any other brand of dysfunction, we’re wise to face the truth and call it what it is. But the safest place to do that is not necessarily around the Thanksgiving table. First we must take our family baggage to the Lord and unpack it with Him.

There in the midst of His grace and truth, God will help us sort through the memories and scars, the tears and the anger with the aim to heal…not blame or bury. You see there is no past offense, misspoken word, sin of omission or commission or rift in relationship that cannot be healed or redeemed by the blood of Christ. That’s not to say that you can make other people behave just because you’ve prayed about it. But you can begin to see those people through new eyes so that you can relate to them with the grace and love you’ve been given.

Now Israel loved Joseph more than any other of his sons, because he was the son of his old age. And he made him a robe of many colors. But when his brothers saw that their father loved him more than all his brothers, they hated him and could not speak peacefully to him. ~ Genesis 37:3-4

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16 thoughts on “How to Style a Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater

  1. Thanks for today’s video, Kay! I must say, your hair style is just so attractive and becoming on you. Lovely!!

  2. Great article! I struggle I guess with the opposite problem because I have long narrow feet. I wear a 10 narrow shoe but wear an orthotic and need a supportive shoe. Do you know where I could shop online for fashionable shoes?

    I also love the way you are styling your hair! It’s so modern and flattering on you.

    1. Hi, Phyllis. I have narrow feet, too. They are a lot harder to find than a wide shoe! My best sources are Zappos and Nordstrom, and both offer free shipping both ways! I see that Talbots have a few narrow shoes as well. Does anyone else know of sources for narrow shoes?

  3. You style clothes so well, but would like to see how you can style the same outfits without having bare ankles. The majority of the outfits shown are with no socks which is impractical for winter. How does a gal balance style with practicality? I have wrestled with that since I moved from The south to the colder climate. How do you wear these styles and stay warm? I know I am not the only one.

    1. Hi Camille. I was simply showing styles for all climates. When I lived in the south I would definitely wear shoes with no socks through winter. I have a post coming up soon o how to wear socks in the winter. I’m working on it now. ?

    2. Hi, I wear knee high sox which are in a similar fabric to matt tights, in a neutral colour under my trousers and if it is very cold, I will wear 2 pairs at the same time! Hope this helps.

  4. I loved this video. So many ideas and information on cashmere sweaters. I have 5 now.
    Three v-neck and 2 round neck. I love them. I have not ordered a turtleneck because I
    really dislike turtlenecks. They are so constricting around the neck and I am always pulling
    at the neckline. After you explained about the neckline on a cashmere turtleneck, I took the
    plunge and ordered from Macy’s through your widget. They have a black one in a turtleneck
    in my size medium left. My other cashmere sweaters are different colors so this will work
    right into my wardrobe. Thanks Kay.

  5. Hi Kay,

    Thank you for your video. Great outfits and inspiration.

    I was wondering how to care for cashmere and other sweaters and specifically what to do if they pil.

    Thank you.

    God bless,


  6. If your sweaters pill just use a sweater shaver! You can order this handy gadget from Walmart on-line. Use a careful hand. It cuts off the pills and collects them in the container connected to the sweater shaver. I’ve saved numerous sweaters with this handy little machine!

  7. Hi, I wear knee high sox which are in a similar fabric to matt tights, in a neutral colour under my trousers and if it is very cold, I will wear 2 pairs at the same time! Hope this helps.

  8. HI Kay,
    Love the different looks. I have tried pinning a few but with no luck. Hopefully this is something that I can do at a later date. Keep the wonderful ideas coming. Good luck on the house hunt.

    1. Hi Cyndi. No, I don’t know that you can pin those. But you can the video title graphic ?. I’ve found that posting the photos on the blog post was just too time consuming. As it is I worked on the video and blog post from 8 in the morning until 10 at night. I really wish I could provide all the bells and whistles, but I’m having to learn to prioritize my health and sanity ?. I’m so glad you enjoyed the video. ?