I'm a big fan of "turtleneck's" or whatever the name is, as there's a lot of different expressions with the same meaning. What I like on them is the versatility the style gives as there's many many ways to combine it from casual to formal, always confering an added value to an outfit. Usually I prefer these styles shown on the pictures below and wear it with a blazer or just leather jacket for a more casual outfit. It goes also well as an outwear garment when it's a more heavy material, also quite trendy these days.
Elegance and timeless are the key elements to make it a must-have every autumn-winter season.
Iconic Street Style (I dont quite like this outfit combination, but the full-black effect captured my attention).
Since a couple of years that I've been found Scadinavian living and culture very close to my personal interests and behavior. This is obviously connected with the way I look at fashion and tend to create my own style, very close to theirs. Scandinavian society are always one step ahead in fashion and they're strongly design and trend conscious with higher disposable incomes that lets them be in the pole in terms of new brands that are emerging every year. This is coupled with the fact that Sweden has a strong and globally competitive fashion and design trade sector of its own. Brands such as ACNE, WESC, BRUNS BAZAAR, COS, HOPE are relatively recent but have been noticing great growing results which have made them leading examples of upcoming trends and styles.
The pictures below are from a streetstyle blog that I've just found that has amazing looks, most of them female - plain patterns, rich materials, minimalistic shapes and neutral colours defines it perfectly.