You know the 90s are having a big return, right? Right. So, why don’t bring back all of the trends that we’ve learnt to mock (pun intended) all these years?
Like mock necks. I don’t know how they were called back in the days when I wore them to school, barely swallowing lunch, but now they’ve got a name. I present you the fake, lower turtleneck that used to irritate us one decade ago. It’s back.
If you spend time Googling it, you’ll find cotton t-shirts and horrible blouses with that at-the-base-of-the-neck design. Avoid these:
Thankfully, you can find stylish versions like this Free People one here, in teak.
If you look closely, this one has an unfinished trim and it’s made from a lightweight material that allows it to “overflow” – yes, ti’s cool. They’ve found a way 🙂
Does this mean I’ll be chasing mock necks instead of turtlenecks like a true fashion hero? Probably not – would you?
photo: freepeople.com, sportobin.com, boscovs.com