KW Style It: Bibbe For Any Occasion

Bibbe by Meghan Kelly has definitely been the runaway hit from The Pop Collection. A casual turtleneck sweater meant to be worn with a large amount of ease, the sweater is designed to be comfortable and flattering to a wide variety of body types. One of the best parts of TNNA was watching so many people try the sample on in the booth - it looked great on everyone who put it on!

When planning the styling for The Pop Collection, we wanted to play with the dichotomy between the really classic Irish tweed yarn of The Fibre Co. Arranmore Light and American mod styling. Our amazing model, Megan Mesveskas, and hair and makeup artist, Katelynn Walsh Monticciolo were happy to push this even further, and they both really nailed the look we were going for. 

Such styling sometimes isn't practical for everyday wear in the 21st century, though, so I thought it would be fun to show three additional styling options for Bibbe

STYLE ONE: Casual
I find myself creating a casual look for pretty much every post, partially because it is a style I find most practical for everyday life, but also because it can be the most relatable, even if the particular brand of sneaker or watch isn't your exact preferred "look".  I love the slightly tomboyesque look of the practical backpack with the Mallet sneakers paired with the gold watch and rose pink notebook.

STYLE TWO: Date
I put together this style with a date night in mind, but it also made me think of my awesome neighbor who lived in France for 14 years and now has a corporate job downtown in Philadelphia and has to balance her conservative office expectations and more liberal style on a daily basis. Cranberry and turquoise are a classic color combination, and paired with black, the look has just the right amount of personality without being over the top. 

STYLE THREE: Night at the Museum
I thought of a lovely museum visit or First Friday event when putting this style together, but if I'm being honest, this is a look I would probably wear every day if my life took a different trajectory and I worked in a less casual office or gallery or was a professor or some other creative profession.

How would you style your Bibbe?