what’s your style personality?

Good question, right? How would you describe your look? Girly, sleek, modern? Well, it’s a question hush homewear put to the 3 of us. Rather interestingly we each fell into a different category of their suggested personas. Why don’t you try out their quiz and discover whether you’re: minimal, urban, modern feminine or a colourful riot? www.hush-uk.com/stylequiz

Here’s what we discovered…

Ali – modern feminine

I’ve always been a feminine kinda girl, so the quiz result was no surprise – long floaty dresses have been a feature of my wardrobe for as long as I can remember. They look better on my long body and feel more ‘me’ than almost anything else. But as I’ve got older, I’ve also needed my feminine style to feel more… modern. Now I also want to look stylish, elegant and sometimes a little bit edgy, too. Which is why this Laurel off-the-shoulder dress ticked so many boxes for me. I fell for the botanical print, the super flattering mid-length style and gorgeously floaty material which, by the way, doesn’t crease at all! Another tick. The carpenter denim jacket dressed it down, but I’ll toughen it up with a leather jacket on cooler spring days.

shop the look:

    hush homewear Laurel off shoulder dress, £85
    hush homewear carpenter denim jacket, £70
    Office Lucky Charm studded boots, £60

Ashling – colourful riot

I love colour. It’s not about standing out – far from it; colour suits me, and lifts me. The burst of sunshine yellow or vibrancy of fuchsia pink simply boosts my mood, especially at this time of year. I tend to pair bold shades with more sophisticated neutrals, but (much to my mother-in-law’s disgust) I’m not shy of a bit of clashing – potentially explaining my obsession with sunglasses. Like teaming this divine hush cashmere jumper with contrasting coat and clutch – it’s not dull, that’s for sure! And when I do embrace an all-black number, you’re guaranteed to find me sporting a feisty red shoe.


shop the look:

   Boden yellow coat from last season – similar here
    hush homewear pink cashmere jumper, £125
    hush homewear boyfriend jeansthis season’s style, £75
    & Other Stories heels, £69

Robyn – minimal

Minimal is the best back-to-working mum uniform there is – so the hush quiz nailed my style personality. A monochrome and neutral palette suits everyone and black especially hides a multitude of sins. As a minimal dress code means everything works together, it’s my default setting for morning panic-dressing. Don’t get me wrong, I do like a splash of something colourful, but items such as this jumpsuit are essential for days I’m alternating business meetings with childcare. Comfy, stylish and easy to put together.

shop the look:

  hush homewear heart jumper, £79
    hush homewear S/S jumpsuit, £75
    hush homewear boyfriend jeans – this season’s style, £75      monochrome brogues – similar here

Ashling McCloy

Co-creator

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