As sweaters are three season clothing you’ll get a lot of use out of them, and as three season clothing you’ll want a variety of them in neck line, color and design. The good part is they’re made to be worn layered over a mix of shirts, tops and t’s, or under a blazer or jacket, offering a mix of looks that won’t go stale.
The v-neck or crew neck add coziness and depth to an outfit. Their styles and colors add to the reason they’re on the shopping list. Worn alone or with a ‘t or collared shirt, look for nice patterns in interesting colors as they become the focal point of your look. Under a blazer or jacket probably calls for a less busy look, but it can still have some background color to make it interesting.
So the difference? Well, the crew neck is more the whole upper outfit. Even with a shirt under it, collared or not, the pattern, colors and neck line will control the look. The v-neck is a different animal. What you do or don’t wear under it shows - so that shirt, ‘t or nothing becomes more a part of the overall outfit than the crew neck. Both have clean lines and a statement look. And you can decide each day what statement you feel like making.