There’s nothing surprising about designing turtlenecks for the fall — we’ve seen plenty of them being sent down the runway over the past few days at New York Fashion Week. However, some designers like Mara Hoffman, Tanya Taylor and Jill Stuart are using the cozy clothing item to winterize looks that could easily be worn in warmer weather. This simple act of layering immediately turns slinky printed dresses, strapless jumpsuits and other spring/summer items into a number of seasonless looks. So, no need to wait until the thermometer hits above 70 degrees to rock your favorite sundress. Just throw on a turtleneck first and you’re all set. We’re …

There’s nothing surprising about designing turtlenecks for the fall — we’ve seen plenty of them being sent down the runway over the past few days at New York Fashion Week. However, some designers like Mara Hoffman, Tanya Taylor and Jill Stuart are using the cozy clothing item to winterize looks that could easily be worn in warmer weather.

This simple act of layering immediately turns slinky printed dresses, strapless jumpsuits and other spring/summer items into a number of seasonless looks. So, no need to wait until the thermometer hits above 70 degrees to rock your favorite sundress. Just throw on a turtleneck first and you’re all set.

We’re not kidding — it’s that easy. Check out the looks we’ve spotted at New York Fashion Week Fall 2015 and start rocking this trend right now.

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Turtleneck Layering Is A Fashion Week Fall 2015 Trend You Can Wear Right Now