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    I hate the feeling of stuff touching my neck/throat. Team No Turtleneck for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AngusM View Post
    RIP -- what a legend and huge loss to comedy.


    I'm also team no turtleneck though, can't stand the feeling of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngusM View Post
    I always think of this Mitch Hedberg when I think of turtlenecks.

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    I like turtlenecks. Granted, I only have one, but the feeling of it around your neck is pretty negligible and beats having to constantly be putting on and taking of a scarf to keep your neck warm. I also think they look better with more formal wool coats than just a sweater and is better for protecting your neck from itchy coat collars. The drawback is that you can't wear a button-down shirt underneath one.

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    I like the fact that it can give off a very different look under peacoats and topcoats, especially with peacoats where you only see some neck area when worn closed.

    I only have one turtleneck, a ribbed light gray to contrast with my dark coats, and it's just one of several other medium weight mid-layers I have which include a shawl cardigan, hoodie, zip-up stand collar sweater, and a waffle crew neck sweater.

    I don't treat my turtleneck as something special or unusual. It's just another mid-layer with a different neck/collar style to add variety to my looks.

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    I don't know, minus the pouty attitude, this doesn't seem like a bad look to me.


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    I have a couple of merinos to wear under sport coats. It's a decent look i think. I also have an old cotton cable knit that looks great with jeans.

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