[unpaid/affiliate] Hush is one of the few fashion brands that really understand the V Neck. If you’re quite happy in round neck t-shirts or jumpers, then the world is your oyster, but if you prefer a V, which I do, the pickings are much slimmer. So, I’m pretty happy to discover that they’ve got a V neck sweatshirt, and I love it!
One thing I noticed is that Hush doesn’t utilise plus size models enough – which is a shame because their styles really are for every shape. I mean, I don’t have legs like that… but I’m glad to note they haven’t shown tanned legs; a pale leg is fine :-). This sweatshirt comes in XS-XXL and also comes in a bright pink. It’s £55 HERE.
I’ve got to say Hush’s sweatshirt game is strong this year. This is the type of round neck I would (and do) wear – it’s wide and loose so doesn’t give that gripped at the throat look. This is a colour that brings you life – it’s stopped short of being vivid staying on the right side of ‘washed’ but it’s invigorating and happy. I’d wear this at the drop of a hat. It’s running low in stock in some sizes – XL mainly – and it’s £55 HERE. It’s also available in green.
Bear with me on this one! I really like clothes that look like they might fall off somehow… it’s such a effortless and casual look that’s sexy too. This is beach ready, jeans ready, jumpsuit ready for a insouciance that nobody is expecting. Super cool and I’ve got my finger hovering on the buy button. I think the model is showing this at an extreme level, you just need a casual suggestion of a drop rather than a whole shoulder out! It’s also a super flattering colour on all tones. It’s £55 HERE with all sizes in stock.
So, you can see how natural the drop shoulder sweatshirt could look with this jumpsuit. I’m going to share my jumpsuit woes – I have been looking for the perfect black jumpsuit for the summer. One that I can just chuck on to go to work events and also to wear on holiday. So far, I’ve ordered three with none quite right although initially decided I would keep two. Another try on and some fashion opinion from Lucy and Max decided I looked like I should be mending manhole covers so back they went. I have another three on order (and feeling horrible about my carbon footprint) and if none of them are okay, this is absolutely next on my order list. In fact, I wish I’d started with this because I have a sneaky feeling it would have been the ‘one’ from the get go.
There’s always the problem of going to the loo, but that’s why it’s important to get a jersey material – it is far, far easier to nip that down that something tailored, especially if you’re in a rush ;-). I also love black in summer – you can dress this up with sunglasses and a straw hat or dress it down with some, er, gardening gloves or shoving a shirt over it. Wear it with a linen jacket, a chunky cardigan if the chill sets in or some SPF and a glass of prosecco. It’s £69, with a khaki version and goes up to a size 18 HERE. This is a cropped style but it’s the one I’d pick for me because I’m 5ft 3 and there won’t be a lot of crop although if you want crop, just roll up the legs. I’ve pretty much talked myself into buying this which is always a danger of fashion round ups.
If you’re not a jump suit kind of person, these are the dress equivalent – just chuck it on and go. They’re both midnight navy although there is a washed black that is a very similar style. I mean, just how easy are these to wear? Add white trainers, fitflops, of gold sandals to dress it up a bit. The first dress is £75 HERE and he second one is £65 HERE and both go to a size 18. If I’m feeling a bit skint, I avoid looking at Hush but have to admit that my Hush buys are some of my most worn and have stood the test of time perfectly. Have a happy long weekend – I could get used to this four day week thing 🙂
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