With the start of November being a few days away and the recent Dudley Stephens holiday drop, it feels like a good time to share three ways to style one of my favorite fall and winter staples. I’ve been a fan of Dudley Stephens since their initial launch. You’ll notice I wear them a lot in my weekly outfits posts. I honestly don’t know how I’d survive the winter months without them — they’re SOO cozy.

Personally, I prefer to wear the turtlenecks with jeans, leggings or dress pants as I did here. I love the signature oversized collar on the “Park Slope” turtleneck for crazy cold days, but a lot of the time, I’ll roll down the collar to create more of a boatneck effect. It takes on a totally different look, and I love having the option of wearing the same turtleneck two ways.

The turtlenecks fit true to size. But, if you’re in between sizes, Dudley Stephens recommends sizing up, not down. I also shared a detailed Dudley Stephens review last winter if you’re interested. 


Park Slope Turtleneck // Jeans // Tote // Bow Earrings // Sneakers

When styling Dudley Stephens turtlenecks with cute outfits, I like to pair them with jeans, white sneakers, and a cute accessory like statement earrings or a headband.

Park Slope Turtleneck // Patagonia Puffer // Leggings // Uggs // Hat // Sunglasses

I probably wear a variation of this outfit at least twice a week in the colder months. On a day when I’m glued to my laptop at home, my favorite outfit is a Dudley Stephens fleece with leggings and Uggs. If I’m taking the dogs out, I’ll toss on a puffer jacket and a hat or sunglasses, depending on the day.

Park Slope Turtleneck // Blazer // Jeans // Tote // Flats // Headband // Earrings

I have a couple of blazers hanging in my closet that I absolutely love. Since Dudley Stephens are great to layer with when the weather dips, this is an easy way to take a casual outfit and slightly elevate it with a blazer.





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