Nadia Sawalha's slouchy Hush jumper is perfect for Spring

Nadia Sawalha

Dressing between seasons can be tricky - finding the balance between pieces that'll keep us cool, but that will also be enough to keep us warm if it gets chilly, is sometimes just downright awkward.

But for those in-between days, you can't beat a lightweight jumper - and we reckon Nadia's Sawalha's is the perfect option.

On Thursday's Loose Women, the 54-year-old looked relaxed by stylish in a green, side stripe jumper from upmarket womenswear store Hush.

She teamed the jumper with a simple pair of black trousers and heels, creating a luxe, athleisure look that could be easily re-created at home.

The v-neck jumper with bold white stripes down the sleeves is on sale for a reasonable price too, at £79. It may be more than you'd ordinarily spend on a jumper, but the lightweight material means that you'll be able to layer it up or wear it on its own, making it perfect for all seasons.

Wear it on cooler days with a chic scarf or a strappy top underneath, or, for brighter spring days, pair it with a midi skirt and trainers.

But Nadia aside, plenty of Hush customers have been singing the praises of the Angela jumper on the website.

Buy Angela side stripe jumper, £79, here

One wrote, 'The colour is really lovely and it looks great with blue or black jeans/trousers. Very happy with my purchase!'

And another shopper said, 'Gorgeous colour and relaxed fit. Really looking forward to wearing it as the weather gets warmer' while a third commented, 'Fab jumper, lots of great compliments when wearing it'.

But Nadia isn't the only fan of Hush clothing. Recently, her fellow Loose Women star Ruth Langsford wore a pink star jumper from the brand, and her fans loved the simple but stylish look.

We'll definitely be taking some style cues from the Loose Women this spring!

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on