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Is there's a similar/cheaper version of hush?

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zippyswife Tue 04-Oct-16 13:59:35

Because I pretty much want everything in the catalogue (specifically the Tara dress the onyx jacket and Greta top) and my budget doesn't stretch nearly this far!

wowfudge Tue 04-Oct-16 16:02:58

Try Boohoo for similar but cheaper things. Can't vouch for the quality - I've bought one thing from them which I wore just a couple of times on a beach holiday.

McWeedie Tue 04-Oct-16 17:06:06

Very good cheaper version of the onyx jacket is the Brando 442, they've got it on Amazon and eBay. Got mine on eBay and it arrived today, its butter soft and looks really good and all for £100 Go up a size though smile

acurtis1234 Tue 04-Oct-16 17:16:27

Hush have excellent stylists and art directors, if you break each outfit down they are pretty plain clothes you can anywhere on the high street. Just copy their look when you put them together.

Also rest assured the clothes are pretty rubbish quality and don't wash well at all.

That Tara dress is an almost exact copy of one of Baukjens signature dresses they do every year. Again at full price they are not a cheap brand, but they have near constant discounts and often sold on eBay.

£120 for a top??!! It's also dry clean only for a top that will get sweaty underarms after one wear because it's silk. That style will be two a penny on the high street once the xmas stock comes out, hunt out a good viscose version instead. Bet Warehouse do one.

Leather jackets - well that's an average price for a leather biker I'm afraid, although I bet you can get a good pleather one for around £50.

zippyswife Tue 04-Oct-16 20:03:58

Thanks for the tips! Yes I do try to break down the outfits then buy from Asos I'd say you're right about the stylists!

McWeedie Tue 04-Oct-16 21:19:25

Can't do a clicky link but there is a size 10 onyx jacket on ebay starting bid £99

zippyswife Tue 04-Oct-16 21:23:51

Thank you! I'd spied that already. I actually really fancy the other colour in it but appreciate that!

lurkingfromhome Wed 05-Oct-16 00:14:36

I do have to agree that the clothes are beautifully styled but the quality is v hit or miss. I spent £90 on a long cardigan last year that went bobbly after a couple of wears and now looks fit for the dog's basket. Spent £25 on a similar one from H&M that is still going strong.

margaritasbythesea Wed 05-Oct-16 06:33:46

I find them very hit and miss. Some things are great - mainly nightwear - but I can't think of a single piece of day wear I have kept. I do wear some of their nightwear during the day though. Baukjen have a lot of dresses similar to Tara Sewell. If you can find your size and colour on clearance they are cheap enough.

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