Just Lyla By Zahra Lyla | The Raoul Turtleneck
Zahra Lyla works a new addition to her wardrobe, a turtleneck, in the streets of Paris.
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The Raoul Turtleneck

Location: Paris, France

I have to admit, the blog has really pushed me to venture out of my comfort zone when it comes to style. I am still experimenting and trying to work new shapes, cuts and trends into my wardrobe without loosing my own identity and voice.

One of new things I am trying to introduce to my wardrobe is the turtleneck. Can you believe that I have never owned or worn a turtleneck ever? I know, right! I guess living in the desert, there never really is a need for one. Even in my little stint in London {lived there for 3 years}, I never bothered wearing one.

Anyway, here I am loving this oversized {go big or go home} Raoul knit turtle in the windy streets of Paris. Since it is such a big fold, I had to put my hair up, which I rarely do. I didn’t want to have too much happening on my top half.

I layered the Raoul turtleneck with my favorite Halston Heritage leather jacket. It is literally the most comfortable leather jacket I own. My trusty GAP boyfriend jeans gave the look a more relaxed, lets-go-for-lunch feel.

As for accessories, I had to bust out my new Sophie Hulme mini cross-body bag and my current go-to round sunglasses by Taylor Morris.

So it is safe to say, this will not be my last turtleneck purchase!

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Photography by Alix de Beer