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Discussion in 'Andy's Fashion Forum' started by Flanderian, Oct 20, 2017.
Where does someone with a scrawny neck and (relatively) long arms shop for turtlenecks?
Well, because knit fabric both stretches and contracts I suspect that you are overthinking about your neck. As to long arms? I'm built along the lines of a gibbon but always manage to find comfortable turtlenecks at Lands End (for cotton) and BB for more expensive fabrics. I'm going to give JCrew a try after the first of the month.
Now if you're extremely picky and unconcerned about cost, I'm sure that there is a knitting mill somewhere that can custom make you some. However, being relatively easy to please (being hard to please only gets you pleased less often) I find most commercial turtlenecks just fine.
cream turtleneck tomorrow, navy jacket.
maroon turtleneck, grey herringbone jacket
Today was a cream turtleneck with brown micro-suede jacket. about 50 out
I'll need to wear something warm Friday. It's supposed to rain with snow showers. I'll likely go with matching grey turtleneck and flannel trousers under a 1x6 DB blazer.
Navy turtleneck and down in the mid 30's today. Tan Nautica jacket and moleskin charcoal trousers.
Saturday I will be wearing a navy turtleneck, gray slacks and a camel-hair jacket with leather-covered buttons, and Bass Weejuns.
Relaxing, Sir Hardy style!