This darling, yellow, funnel neck pullover will lift you out of a winter funk and put you in a cheery mood. Funnel necks are the modern version of the classic turtleneck. They’re different than turtlenecks in a couple of ways. Instead of having a separate sewn-on collar that folds over, the funnel neckline extends the sweater; there are no seams. This is why some people call funnel necklines built-up necklines.
Funnel necklines are also wider at the base than the top, like an inverted funnel, hence the name. (You can see that clearly with this cashmere funnel neck sweater I also own.)
This yellow funnel neck pullover has a darling added detail – three buttons at the shoulder! I love the sporty stripes and the fresh mix of yellow and white.
I also couldn’t resist these striped bangles and multicolored earrings to add playful polish to the look. This outfit feels like spring to me in the middle of winter!
Can you guess the fabric? It’s Microfleece, which is a type of fleece. Microfleece is lighter and thinner than traditional Polar Fleece, so it’s cooler and more comfortable to wear. Many people think that all fleece is made from sheep, but it comes from polyester. Although fleece is not as warm as wool, it’s a soft, cozy alternative.
I like wearing my funnel neck pullover with dark wash jeans because the deep blue makes the yellow pop. You could wear black too (or white), but I’d avoid light, faded wash.
The lug sole booties go perfectly with the casual, modern vibe.
This is the typical thing I would wear when working at home. In the mornings, I get up, put Bella out to do her business, have a cup of tea, make breakfast, and then begin my day.
O.K., Maybe I have two cups of tea! Lol! This is just one of Talbot’s many microfleece funnel neck pullovers. They also have a lot of cute fleece pullovers and jackets too. Have a look by clicking the links below.