How To Wear A Roll Neck.
A roll neck is a must have for the colder months. Instantly transforming your overall outfit and giving you that sharp look. A roll neck is a great piece for layering, as well as adding an extra dimension, turning a basic look into an iconic one. We’ve written a guide on how to wear a roll neck.
As the weather is starting to become much colder, its important you choose the right roll necks for the upcoming months. This chunky knit roll neck would be perfect. With the thick fabric it provides it can be worn on its own, for when the temperature is cool. When the weather gets colder, why not wear it with an overcoat.
When wearing an overcoat its important the collars on the coat don’t sit too high on your neck, as you want your roll neck to sit comfortably. Whatever style you go for, we recommend completing the look with a pair of mid wash jeans.
Another style to consider is a fine knit roll neck. This is one of the most versatile pieces to own, as it can be worn to the office as well as on a casual day out. When choosing your roll neck, you should aim to go for one made from a cashmere or wool. This will provide a soft texture as well as warmth.
When wearing a fine knit roll neck its important you tuck it in, especially if wearing trousers. Leaving it untucked will only lose the sleekness and elegance a roll neck provides. This Paul Smith navy roll neck would look great with a pair of Incotex grey flannel trousers. If you’re thinking of going casual, this Zara Ecru Cashmere Roll Neck would be perfect matched with these light blue jeans from River Island.
If you’re the type of gent who wears a suit on a daily basis, whether to the office, a meeting or even at an event. Ditching the shirt and tie combo and opting for a roll neck will elevate your look instantly. Going for this type of style will show you’re confident yet creative and like to step outside the box.
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