How-to (Styling)

Turtlenecks and button-down shirts.

Lucky How-to
Susan Pittard. Hair: Conrad Dornan for Shu Uemura art of hair. Makeup: ASHLEIGH B. CIUCCI for ashleighbciucci.com.

Putting it together:

  • Start with a straight-cut button-down. It should be tailored but roomy enough to accommodate a thin, snug turtleneck underneath. A classic black-and-white color combination makes the mood French-elegant.

  • Tuck both tops into a pencil skirt; one in a heavy fabric like tweed (lined, if possible) will help keep the shirttails in. Round out the look with pointy pumps and a slick leather tote.

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