From the moment I first slipped into the Wilfred Huet t-shirt from Aritzia, I knew it would become a go-to for Fall and beyond. It was super soft, form-fitting, and very flattering. It was so nice, in fact, that I bought it twice. Jury’s still out on whether or not to buy it thrice.

This lightweight turtleneck is versatile enough to wear for three out of the four seasons, so below I’ve styled it both for cold weather and for cool weather. First, a general style note: due to the fitted nature of the Huet, you’ll want to pair it with more relaxed bottoms.

For When It’s Supposed to be Spring
but Still Feels Like Freaking Winter


For when it "suposed to" be Spring but still feels like freaking Winter
Coat: & Other Stories || Jeans: Hudson || Boots: The Frye Company

Put a coat on it. You can’t go wrong with an analogous color, solid or patterned, but could just as easily make this look pop with a complementary shade. A dark-wash bootcut jean looks great with this rich orange hue. Add some leather endcaps, like a Chelsea boot and baker boy, and you’re good to go.

For Those Days Your Local
Forecaster Dubs “Seasonal”
For those days your local forecaster deems "seasonal"
Skirt: Aritzia || Boots: Naturalizer

Throw on a skirt—mini, midi, maxi, dealer’s choice—with a little flow to it. A print lends some visual interest to the Huet’s solid base. If needed, add a little extra warmth with knee-high or over-the-knee boots. A beanie is optional but definitely recommended if the temperature falls below 60°.

Bonus Round!

Cold AF

For when it's still cold af
Hat: Urban Outfitters || Jeans: Hudson Jeans

Hat it, coat it, mark it with a “me” and take it to the street for all the world to see.

Not Cold AF

For when it isn't cold af

Jeans: Madewell || Boots: Marc Fisher

Slip into your favorite pair of booties and jeans and strut, girl. Spring is here!

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