Many refer to it as a roll neck or, as the Brits say, a polo neck, but most of us refer to this cozy piece of knitwear as the turtleneck. Steve McQueen wore one. Bob Dylan wore one. The Beatles wore them. How about rock starts from the recent past, such as Prince and Lenny Kravitz? And today, Bradley Cooper, George Clooney, even 007. The turtleneck was a staple of men’s style starting bac in the ’50s and had its heyday in the ’70s. Now it is back and starting than ever. If you ‘re not yet on board the turtleneck express, hop on. The classic sweater is the epitome of great cold-weather style. It’s comfy, it’s warm and it makes every outfit look hip, trendy, and modern again. From cotton, to merino wool, to cashmere, there’s a fabric for everyone. From lean and trim, to oversize and baggy, this piece can be the showstopper or transform a sport jacket or suit. Doesn’t everyone wnt to be a beatnik for a day?