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Everyday jumper - yay or nay?

(34 Posts)
Wilburissomepig Tue 17-Oct-17 18:54:06

I need a smart(ish) jumper that can be worn with trousers or jeans. Any thoughts on this one? Not overly exciting but OK I think?

Ttbb Tue 17-Oct-17 18:58:28

I would advise you to avoid sugarhill altogether

Wilburissomepig Tue 17-Oct-17 18:59:53

Really Ttbb it the jumper that bad? gringrin

AllTheWittyNamesAreGone Tue 17-Oct-17 19:58:55

I like it

Absolutely no one would call me fashionable though

Wilburissomepig Tue 17-Oct-17 20:02:05

Nor me Witty, I thought it was OK but now need to know what's wrong with Sugarhill!? I've never heard of them anyway.

Paintbox Tue 17-Oct-17 20:05:01

I like it.

ItsAHardKn0ckLife1 Tue 17-Oct-17 20:08:09

I think it’s a little bit “pyjama top” like. Sorry!

FAkenameforthis Tue 17-Oct-17 20:10:22

There are better jumpers. It’s fine but I think you could fine smarter ones if that’s what you want.

MulhuddartDrive Tue 17-Oct-17 20:12:58

No idea about the brand but I like it.

ItsLikeRainOnYourWeddingDay Tue 17-Oct-17 20:14:19

Love it!

CantChoose Tue 17-Oct-17 20:16:10

I also like it. I’m intrigued by the cryptic anti sugar hill message too, I’ve never heard of them. Please elaborate witty!!

Bombardier25966 Tue 17-Oct-17 20:18:29

It's nice, but I wouldn't pay more than £20 for it.

MozzchopsThirty Tue 17-Oct-17 20:45:22

I agree it’s like a pyjama top and not smart looking at all

Have you tried uniqlo, jack wills, Zara, mango??

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Tue 17-Oct-17 20:49:51

I like it. I take it by 'smart' you mean 'as opposed to a hoodie or scruffy thing stolen from dh, which I wish to sling on with jeans' rather than 'dressed up to the nines'?

HolyShet Tue 17-Oct-17 20:51:27

for £50?


Justgivemesomepeace Tue 17-Oct-17 20:52:59

I actually really like it. I would never spend £50 on a jumper though no matter how much I liked it.

WhataHexIgotinto Tue 17-Oct-17 22:12:28

I like it. smile

InvisibleKittenAttack Wed 18-Oct-17 06:38:58

I have heard that sugar hill things don't tend to wash very well for their price. For £50 I should expect that to continue to look good through many washes and wears over winter.

I like it though.

WanderingTrolley1 Wed 18-Oct-17 07:01:08

It's not smart, more lounge-around-at-home.

lollipop7 Wed 18-Oct-17 07:20:44

£50 for something that looks like a cheap pyjama top?

Suspect you could get ten of these in Primark for that price.

Dowser Wed 18-Oct-17 11:55:32

It's a no from me too.

teta Wed 18-Oct-17 12:22:54

Tk maxx have cashmere snowflake jumpers for that price.I do agree it looks a bit ordinary and not very warm as it's cotton/viscose.

endehors Wed 18-Oct-17 12:26:46

I think it's ok, as an everyday, casual jumper it fits the bill to wear with jeans. I was expecting some fluffy, slouchy thing from the previous posts. grin

endehors Wed 18-Oct-17 12:27:30

Never heard of Sugarhill so can't comment on quality

Paintbox Wed 18-Oct-17 12:32:24

I’m not understanding the pyjama comments. Hush have their star jumpers which are really popular and not dissimilar and often praised on here. No one ever calls them

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