Today I’m sharing an outfit that features one of my favorite colors! Camel! Or as Babaá calls it, Arcilla. I love this color because it’s a true neutral. It goes with everything. I’m styling this cozy wool sweater with a pair of jeans I’ve had in my closet for over two years. Keep reading to see my winter outfit and the Babaá No. 17 Jumper.
Winter Outfit | Babaá No. 17 Jumper
I’m going to be honest. I get dressed in my jeans or skirts maybe 1 to two times a week. Other than that I’m wearing leggings. Mostly because I work out a few mornings a week, and the other days I spend hiking with my kids. This doesn’t lend itself to glamorous clothing, but instead functional (and warm!) clothing is what I reach for most. Enter this Babaá sweater. I styled the Babaá No. 18 cardigan on the blog almost three years ago here, but when I saw that they came out with a turtleneck style, I had to check it out.
It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Babaá Knitwear. Not only are their sweaters extremely warm, they are wonderful quality and made to last. When I was trying to shop for one to add to my closet I had a difficult time finding quality reviews. So I’m doing a little series on the various styles Babaá offers so you can see how each sweater style and fit looks in real life. Today I’m reviewing the Babaá Knitwear No. 17 jumper review.
- €220.00 (which is about $263 USD)
- Comes in only one size
- Free Shipping
- 100% eco spanish wool
- comes in 6+ colors. various neutrals and a few others, like red or olive green
- Made in Spain
Materials & Care:
The sweater is made from 100% eco Spanish wool from humanely treated sheep in Northern Spain. It should be hand washed and you’ll want to lay flat to dry, and since wool has anti-microbial properties, it doesn’t need to be washed often. (I never wash my wool!)
This jumper is a “one-size fits all” jumper, so I was pretty skeptical of it. I am five feet tall, seven inches, for reference! However, I’m pleasantly surprised at how well it lays. I love that the shoulders have a drop-hem, making it look and feel very oversized and cozy. The sleeves are long enough (for me at least) that I can roll them or leave them unrolled to keep my hands warm and the turtle neck can be rolled in or out for a less dramatic look. When we were hiking the other day, I rolled the collar all the way up and tucked my hair into it. I felt pretty chic in the forest, but mostly, it functioned as a face warmer. Win win! I style another Babaá sweater in a different style in this post here.
This fabric is so warm. I love how cozy it is. It’s the perfect winter piece to live in your closet for years and years!
How to Style the Babaá No. 17 Jumper
Initially I tried on boots with this outfit, but with the bulky sweater up top, I knew I wanted some skinny, pointed toe shoes to offset the bulkiness. I also opted for skinny jeans versus a straight leg jean. I love how the camel color looks against blue, but it would look wonderful with black on bottom as well! Lastly, the pattern on the shoes are a fun play on the camel color with the different shades of brown.
Overall, I really love this timeless closet staple. I hope this review of the Babaá No. 17 Jumper was helpful to you! If you have any additional questions, I’ll do my best to answer them below.
What do you think? How would you style this sweater? Would you ever purchase a Babaá No. 17 Jumper? If you do, I linked it throughout this post and below as well.
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Read my other Babaá sweater reviews in other styles here and here.