If the alpine or disco knit separates do not fit neatly into your winter wardrobe, channel one of the biggest AW14 trends, which is perfectly tailored to roll neck wear: Sixties. Along with those oh-so flattering A-line skirts and pointed flats, the roll neck sits nicely. Louis Vuitton teamed his roll necks with tank tops for the ultimate in retro cool.
If you’re less about the throwback-inspired looks, a chunky roll neck can be the perfect way to bring your midi skirt and ankle boots combos
We’ve rounded up the celebs and street style stars who’ve been wearing the trend well. From casual to smart, get your roll neck inspiration here …
Roll necks are one of those pieces that either conjure up images of Beatnik cool, or remind you of a 10-year-old in bunches and a pinafore. Whichever side of the fence you sit on, this season there’s no two ways about it: the high neck jumper is the biggest knitwear trend around.
Seen everywhere at AW14 fashion month, from Alexander Wang – where there was a clear après or during-ski vibe – to cropped and party-ready at Chanel.