5 cozy turtlenecks to get you through the winter

Stay warm out there!

A turtleneck sweater.
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1. Everlane Pima Stretch Turtleneck ($30)

Turtleneck fans simply adore Everlane's soft, stretchy take on the cool-weather top that never goes out of style. The brand blends 7 percent elastane with 91 percent pima cotton and offers four colors, including indigo and heather gray. Buy it at Everlane.

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2. J. Crew Tissue Turtleneck T-Shirt ($35)

Possibly "the world's most versatile shirt" and definitely "the ultimate travel wardrobe staple," this cotton turtleneck is exactly the right thickness to layer easily while keeping you warm, and it looks sharp in any setting. Buy it at Amazon.

3. La Ligne Fine Line Turtleneck ($225)

La Ligne (French for "the line") is all about the universal appeal of stripes. To attain authentic Parisian chic, all you need is this slim-cut ribbed turtleneck — and maybe a pair of vintage high-waisted jeans to tuck it into. Buy it at La Ligne.

4. Uniqlo Cashmere Turtleneck ($80)

"You can't beat cashmere at just $80" — which is why lots of people turn to Uniqlo for cold-weather basics. The brand's cashmere turtleneck is available in men's and women's styles, each available in six different colors. Buy it at Uniqlo.

5. The Group by Babaton Elmira Sweater ($165)

Woven from Peruvian alpaca yarn, this loose oversize turtleneck is deliciously soft and warm. It's dinner-party ready, but add a pair of slouchy sweatpants and "you've got the perfect Netflix night outfit." Buy it at Aritzia.

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