The turtle neck

prince nez

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So now it seems every iGent is wearing a turtle neck with a jacket these days. I've always found turtlenecks/skivvies to be sritchy bloody things that felt like you were being born again when you put them on, and then proceeded to irritate your neck for the rest of the day (particularly if, unlike New York Islamist, you shave at some point). I thought this was why God invented cashmere scarves, but I suppose the Internet knows best.

Anyone else have an opinion?

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I don't like it one bit. Appropriate for Arctic weather only.
 
I see nothing wrong with the last photo. In fact, I approve of this!
 
Thiz is why god made turtlenecks. I want pinpoint traffic to those things! :fapfap:
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I don't like it one bit. Appropriate for Arctic weather only.

Yeah, I get them if you are actually skiing, or on a fishing boat doing, you know, actual man's work and a scarf gets in the way. But to me they are just not suitable for walking around the city, in and out of heated buildings/public transport etc.
 
Tacky garment, only appropiate on the porn star of the last pic.

The one of your second pic is one of my most hated TACKYS.
 
I'm wearing one right now, and slept in (the same) one last night.
Maybe I'm a pecil-neck, but saggy elastic is the problem that I encounter.

There's a cool 1960's Playboy vibe if you do it right, but most people aren't doing it Paul Newman style.
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Good for walking around the city and tactical use.
If you need something formfitting that breathes easily, I recommend the Tacktleneck®, made from the finest Azerbaijani cashmere. This garment is great for those with active lifestyles such as helicopter drivers, spies (obviously), assassins, and actresses who are sleeping their way to the top.

 
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I can hear her thoughts "Just keep smiling, he has plenty of money to pay for our children's dental bills"

I tend to look like a fisherman or a 70s disco wallflower in turtlenecks so I avoid
 
fun fact
in eyetalian
the turtleneck is called dolcevita

one of my favourite looks:
rather thin off-white cashmere turtleneck
double breasted navy blazer
light grey flannels
black gucci loafers
 
So now it seems every iGent is wearing a turtle neck with a jacket these days. I've always found turtlenecks/skivvies to be sritchy bloody things that felt like you were being born again when you put them on, and then proceeded to irritate your neck for the rest of the day (particularly if, unlike New York Islamist, you shave at some point). I thought this was why God invented cashmere scarves, but I suppose the Internet knows best.

Anyone else have an opinion?

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The first pic would look better without the roil neck feature. I think the jacket calls for a more refined traditional roll or mock.

The second pic is a traditional look and has the right bulk. Works with the coat. The shoes don't work for me.

EFV's fit works. A nice casual look.

Third pic does not work. Looks more like a neck collar. Not enough bulk to the roll.

Forth pic works mostly because he looks like a seaman.

Justin's does not work because he looks like he swallows the seaman's semen.

Pink turtleneck. Yes. At least i think she is wearing a turtleneck.
 
fun fact
in eyetalian
the turtleneck is called dolcevita

one of my favourite looks:
rather thin off-white cashmere turtleneck
double breasted navy blazer
light grey flannels
black gucci loafers

Sounds sexy. Sounds very Lunch@Maresca's
 
this question always amuses me
women are always with men for teh money
unless he has none
then there might be luev
 
I have always shunned turtlenecks because I never thought they would be flattering to my face. Besides, who want's to look like a damned turtle!

I also have long thought the turtleneck (particularly a black one) and a sport coat make you look like you have just come from some beatnik poetry reading 57 years ago.
 

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