The Black Turtleneck

Here’s what else happens when you wear a black turtleneck: You feel connected to the past. You are now part of a long lineage of female black-turtleneck wearers. Audrey Hepburn, sure. But also: Joan Didion on a long reporting trip. Sharon Stone in her most stone-cold-killer years. Hillary Clinton in the dress that made America first take notice of her. Princess Diana with a fresh face and fresh dreams that she could change things. Gloria Steinem marching on. Brigitte Bardot with her plaintive, irresistible pout. Angela Davis holding court in a room full of rapt women. Francoise Hardy epitomizing impossible French cool. Marilyn Monroe reading Dostoevsky and desperately hoping the world would see her as more of a brain than a blonde. – Refinery 29

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  1. Everlane’s The Cashmere Turtleneck
  2. Cuyana Long Sleeve Turtleneck
  3. VINCE Favorite Turtleneck
  4. Kit & Ace Willow Brushed Longsleeve
  5. Rag & Bone Briony Turtleneck

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