Mumsnet Edit: the Hush autumn collection
Mumsnetters love Hush. So much so that there is an ongoing thread dedicated to discussing their wishlists and latest purchases. Check out our edit of their favourite buys for clothing that's beautifully made, stylish and comfortable.
Wide-leg Cord Trousers, £75
Autumn guarantees the return of many things: the crunch of leaves underfoot, the smell of woodsmoke, and corduroy everything. These beautiful black cord trousers from Hush are great for the office or for a stroll round the shops, and will see you right through winter and beyond. Their cropped length places them firmly on the right side of fashionable, now you just need to decide which shoes you're going to wear…
“My Hush cord wide-leg trousers arrived. They are really heavyweight and good for winter, and would be good for workwear, too.”
“They are nice, very thick cord – definitely winter weight. I haven't a clue what shoes I would wear them with in winter, they would need tights on under I think. Hush have their model wearing them with bare legs and ballet flats.”Buy now
Simone Slinky Skirt, £55
Silky, smooth, and oh-so-sophisticated, this Simone Slinky Skirt will add a touch of glam this autumn. Pair it with a band tee and boots for a tough daytime look, or with heels and a fitted jumper for the evenings. Mumsnetters have been loving the pink, but there's a leopard print version and a classic dark grey to choose from, too.
“A bias-cut skirt is a hard one for me to pull off in reality as it has to have the right balance. So even although there are plenty around, not all will fit as well as this one. Hush have got it right.”
“The pink one is to die for, and I love them both with the Dr Martens.”Buy now
Ziggy Jumper, £89
Add a pop of colour to your
black and grey wardrobe thanks to the brightly-coloured stars on this jumper. It's a tasteful nod to the neon trend if you're nervous of committing fully, and will look great paired with your favourite black skinnies. It's 55% merino wool and 45% cotton, meaning it will be wonderfully snuggly on those fresh mornings.
“The Hush Ziggy jumper has arrived and I love it. I'm totally baffled by the reviews which recommend to size down as I ordered both the medium and small and the small is minute! It feels lovely, not itchy at all, and very soft.”Buy now
Ivana Tux Blazer, £89
Whether you plan to dress up your day-to-day attire or want a lightweight jacket for those (rare) evenings out, a blazer is an essential autumn cover-up. Lighter than your Big Coat and smarter to boot, this tux blazer is lined and has a slightly fitted shape which will look great whatever you pair it with.
“I am definitely keeping the Tuxedo Blazer. It is so flattering, as well as being lovely quality. I just threw it on with a dress today, but would look good with black skinnies and a rock 'n' roll T-shirt. I can see it’ll be a classic for years to come.”Buy it now
Olivia Knit Cardigan, £110
This long-length cardigan has patch pockets and the relaxed sleeves are slightly balloon-shaped, making it the perfect twist on a timeless wardrobe staple. Wear it as an outer layer on the milder autumn days and a mid-layer under your favourite winter coat when the days get frostier.
“I bought the Olivia cardigan. I can't really justify more clothes, but I do love cardigans and I love Hush knitwear. I got a cardigan in 2015 which I have worn to death, and this should replace that.”Buy them now
V-neck Wide Jersey Top, £45
A long-standing Mumsnetter favourite, these wide jersey tops make a comeback every single season. Made from a stretch jersey and with a loose V-neck cut, they're the ultimate in slouchy comfort and would look great paired with jeans or tucked in to your favourite skirt (bonus points for the days you leave the house in this and your trusty Harems).
“I also love the Wide Jersey Top in midnight (this is my fourth one, it's one of the staples in my wardrobe all year round).”Buy it now
Skye Hi-top Trainers, £55
What white low-top trainers do for summer, black hi-tops do for winter. Even if you're not planning on running any marathons, the sporty comfort and style of these trainers will keep your feet stylish and comfy during the winter months. The rubber wrap toes and heels and the slightly platform rubber sole will also hopefully help to keep your feet dry during the inevitable downpours.Buy them now
Leia Puffer Jacket, £149
You know those winter mornings where you really fancy leaving the house wrapped in your duvet? Well now you can, thanks to this luxurious puffer jacket from Hush. Not only is it über warm and showerproof, it's also lightweight and has a detachable hood, meaning it will see you from the very early days of autumn right through the coldest parts of winter. Plus, with ribbed cuffs and zip-up pockets, it's nice and practical, too.
“I'm still on the no-spend bench for a while (since July) but I would like to order the Hush khaki puffa. Loving all the new autumn clothes coming out at the moment.”Buy it now
Side Stripe Leggings, £45
If you're looking for something a little different, these silver- or gold-striped leggings are a fun twist on a classic autumn wardrobe staple. They're understated enough to be paired with pretty much anything, but have a little bit of added sparkle to see you through the festive season. They're stretchy and comfortable, perfectly suited to a long stroll round the park finished by a hearty pub lunch.Buy it now
Ophelia Scarf, £45
An alternative approach to the animal print trend, this blue snake print scarf is an exquisite way to add the finishing touch to a more muted ensemble. At 200 by 100cm, it's plenty big enough to fend off the cold, and would look brilliant with a black leather jacket. It also makes a nice change from the leopard print which is everywhere at the moment.
“I have soooo many scarves and £45 is not cheap, but this one is really beautiful.”Buy it now
Washed Jersey Shirt, £59
It's smart but not too smart – ideal for the days you want to look presentable with minimum effort. It buttons down the front, has a patch pocket, and has buttoned cuffs on long sleeves (which look great rolled up, too). Top tip: It will also look great layered over a roll-neck on the coldest days.
“I have now ordered the blue jersey shirt, I do love a jersey shirt. I wasn't going to get it, but I thought eff it I'm buying that shirt.”
“The blue denim jersey shirt is fab!”Buy it now
Long Harem Trousers, £55
No Hush page would be complete without the much-exalted Hush Harem Joggers. Mumsnetters love these comfy bottoms, claiming (among other things) that it's like wearing your favourite pyjamas out of the house. They're comfy, simple, and go with absolutely anything.
“They are so comfy and useful. I don't wear mine smartly, although I know some people do, but they are great for home-working and pilates, and even pyjamas.”Buy now
Sequin Skirt, £89
This skirt is absolutely not a wardrobe essential, but, damn, it's beautiful. And wouldn't it look great with a grey jumper for the Christmas party? Paired with heeled boots? Ok, we'll stop. But with an elasticated waistband, flattering shape and an abundance of sparkle, it's hard not to fall in love with this skirt.
“Can someone talk me down? I don't need a silver sequin skirt right? It seems stuck in my basket…”Buy now
Double Faced Coat, £299
This coat is unlined, meaning it's a nice weight for days which are crisp but sunny, and will accommodate a jumper when the temperature does drop. The addition of the pink running through the checked pattern adds a little something to a classic autumn style, and will compliment everything from leggings to a midi dress.Buy it now
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