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Do Hush clothes wear well?

(14 Posts)
TisapityshesaGeordie Sat 25-Mar-17 10:35:25

Because I'm really tempted by this jumper but £75 seems a lot for one jumper. Anyone if the quality is as good as it should be for the price?

chloechloe Sat 25-Mar-17 13:01:09

Hush jumpers are a bit hit and miss. I have some which have bobbled terribly. But I have the jumper you like from last year in charcoal and it's worn well - it's bobbled a little bit (after many washes and lugging around a toddler and a newborn) but not much and after combing it over quickly it's good as new.

You should be able to get a 10% discount code and free delivery - I'm sure someone will turn up with a code shortly!

Floisme Sat 25-Mar-17 13:33:05

All I know is that their V neck linen jumper looked great when it first arrived but turned out to be a piece of crap. It wasn't cheap either and I'm still quite cross about it 2 years later.

neveradullmoment99 Sat 25-Mar-17 14:00:15

I have this jumper. It is very thin. I was in two minds whether to keep it but really loved the shape and i suppose as a summer jumper its fine. It wouldnt really work in a thin material. I have the grey and green one. Not sure about wear. I havent worn it yet. Its made of bamboo and i do wonder if it will retain its shape.
I have other hush jumpers including a cashmere one. I havent been disappointed.

neveradullmoment99 Sat 25-Mar-17 14:00:42

*thick material

MikeUniformMike Sat 25-Mar-17 14:05:04

It looks nice and the model and outfit look nice too. I'm going to see what else they have.

It is rather a lot of money and I don't really like wearing bamboo as it feels cold on my skin, so maybe look for a similar one on the high street. Having said that, you could wear it with lots of different things and with a discount and free p&p it might work out well on price per wear.

Pottedplants Sat 25-Mar-17 14:34:09

I have that jumper in grey and white. It is very thin material and is over priced. I wouldn't buy it again.

northernylass Sat 25-Mar-17 14:59:43

Can't speak for jumpers but their t shirts and joggers wash TERRIBLY.

SesameSparkle Sat 25-Mar-17 15:31:06

SSMAR17 Should give you 10% off. smile

XiCi Sat 25-Mar-17 16:45:09

I have that jumper. Very thin, bobbled after 1 wear and looks like a rag after only a few wears. I've other items from Hush that have lasted really well but I don't recommend that jumper

TisapityshesaGeordie Sat 25-Mar-17 18:11:32

Thanks for the code Sesame, but by the sound of it I'll be better off giving it a miss. Shame, I did really like it.

Tigerbear Sat 25-Mar-17 18:22:10

Wouldn't recommend any of their stuff. I got a similar jumper from them last year, and only after taking the tags off did I discover a huge hole in the side seam, so couldn't send back. Quality seems really poor. A jumpsuit I bought bobbled after one wash. Don't waste your money. I only buy from Finery online now, and their fabric seems so much better.

MinnieMinchkin Sat 25-Mar-17 19:04:41

I got cord jeans a few years ago. They have worn and washed really well. Still a lovely vibrant peacock blue. Stitching is just going at the corner of the pocket I use most. But not seen anything like them in their catalogue sine I bought them! Everything else I ordered has been returned due to cheap feeling material sad

Lizzylou Sat 25-Mar-17 19:10:23

Everything that I have had from Hush has been fabulous, washed well and still looks good. I have never had any knitwear though.

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