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Has anyone been to a Hush sample sale?

(11 Posts)
TwentyOneGuns Tue 26-Jan-16 22:00:05

I see there's one coming up and as I love their stuff I was thinking of going. Are they worth it?

Maplessglobe Wed 27-Jan-16 15:56:38

Hi, OP. I wondered this and searched on MN. Looks like it's worth it, according to some of the threads from previous years.
Eg here

MamaAwayOnBusiness Wed 27-Jan-16 16:17:42

Where is it TwentyOne, do share...

Maplessglobe Wed 27-Jan-16 17:14:04


Stokey Wed 27-Jan-16 17:14:07

I went last year, it was quite good but a couple of pointers:
The queue to pay was massive, lasted about an hour or so. If I went again, is try and take a friend so you could keep shopping while one of you queued.
Bring cash. You can pay by card but the cash queue was quicker.
There seemed to be a lot more stuff in the bigger sizes and not as much in xs.
A couple of things were not as good as normal. I bought a Rosie dress that seemed to have a stain in the material and a jumper that is a bit of a weird shape so I haven't worn much.

But I did get harems, a couple of vests, a linen T-shirt and some PJs. Though the PJs weren't as nice material as their normal ones.

So a mixed bag I'd say!

pixelchick10 Wed 27-Jan-16 17:38:17

Thanks all ... Does it matter if you turn up near the end of the day i.e. is there still a lot of good stock? I'm at work earlier in the day thanks

Beketaten Wed 27-Jan-16 20:15:14

I've been in the evenings and weekends as I work in the week. It's always a bit of a bunfight TBH! I was there right before closing last time and it had got quieter, but obviously there was less stock. I'd definitely go again this weekend though, if I wasn't away.

pixelchick10 Fri 29-Jan-16 18:04:23

I just went to it still a lot of stock in all sizes (apart from XS tops). Dresses £15, skirts £10, jumpers £15, basic tops £5 spent £25 and got a rouched skirt, a sweatshirt type dress/long top and one of those long vests. Lots of raincoats and jackets too ...

pixelchick10 Fri 29-Jan-16 18:06:38

No queue to pay but then I was there at 5pm! Not many PJs left or jumpers but loads of dresses and bottoms (couldn't find leggings though)

Greengardenpixie Fri 29-Jan-16 22:05:13

I had an email about it but sadly nowhere near. Noone ever seems to have sample sales in Scotland ggggrrrr!!!

TwentyOneGuns Fri 29-Jan-16 22:59:01

Thanks all, very tempted but decided I can't be bothered to go to London and queue, hope anyone who did/does go gets some good bargains smile.

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