Jennifer Lopez Can't Stop Wearing Beige Turtlenecks This Season — Get the Look from $21

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Pair the timeless style with jeans, skirts, and even leggings

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When it comes to winter fashion, certain hues come to mind: classic black, deep navy, and forest green. But Jennifer Lopez has been bringing another hue into the later days of fall: beige.

She’s worn the color three times in turtleneck form the past few weeks, a.k.a. the warm and comfy sweater style celebrities like Kate Middleton, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jennifer Garner recently wore.

Back in October, Lopez wore a lightweight turtleneck that’s ideal for layering beneath cardigans and jackets. Last week, she paired a cropped turtleneck sweater with leggings for an effortlessly put-together loungewear look. And on December 2, the Shotgun Wedding star went shopping in Beverly Hills in a knit turtleneck sweater and baggy jeans.

Turtlenecks are a no-brainer for the fall and winter — they offer solid coverage since they keep the neck and upper body extra warm. And beige, a color Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba, and other stars sported this summer,  is fairly easy to coordinate with other colors in your closet. If you’re looking for a top you can wear every day with blue and black jeans, colorful silk skirts, and even leggings, read on to shop beige turtlenecks at Amazon, Everlane, Lulus, and more, starting at $21.

Beige Turtlenecks Inspired by Jennifer Lopez

Related: Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway's Timeless Coats Are So Easy to Layer — Copy the Look from $30

Trendy Queen Turtleneck, $21



Need a new staple layer piece? Throw this turtleneck top on under cardigan sweaters, denim jackets, and fuzzy coats. It’s made of a fabric blend that one shopper described as “soft like butter.” Although it’s thin and hugs your skin, the sweater has some stretch to let your arms breathe. In addition to Lopez’s go-to beige, you can also snag the $21 top in 19 other colors, including green, black, navy, and brown.

Zaful Cropped Turtleneck Lantern Sweater, $40



If you’re into high-rise pants like Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez, consider adding this cropped knit turtleneck sweater by Zaful. The short design means you don’t have to worry about tucking in, especially when paired with high-rise jeans and trousers, but you’re not too exposed, thanks to its neckline and chunky sleeves. It’s available in 26 colors, including tan, black, white, and brown. Plus, you can snag it on sale right now, as it’s 20 percent off at Amazon.

Anrabess Oversized Turtleneck Sweater, $43



Oversized sweaters are taking Hollywood by storm — Lopez and Blake Lively are just some of the stars wearing this style on repeat lately. It has a roomy turtleneck to allow your neck, so it’s not super tight, and the high-to-low hem offers extra coverage to your hips. The sides have two slits, so the sweater can tuck the front if needed. It’s available in sizes XS through XL, as well as 31 winter-ready colors, like khaki, forest, and red.

Whether you wear it with leggings, jeans, or a skirt, having a beige turtleneck sweater in your closet will easily streamline your closet. Shop more of our favorite styles from Banana Republic, Gap, and Lulus.

SweatyRocks Turtleneck Ribbed Sweater, $25



Anrabess Oversized Turtleneck Sweater, $43



Everlane The Supima Mirco-Rib Turtleneck, $35 (Save $15)



Banana Republic Factory Oversized Turtleneck Sweater, $36 (Save $41)

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Caslon Turtleneck Tunic Sweater, $38 (Save 31)



Lulus Cuddle Weather Heather Beige Turtleneck Sweater, $53 (Save $13)



Gap CashSoft Turtleneck Sweater, $80



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