L/L Stretch Tee

£30 - £35

In stock

Pre-order items will be despatched as soon as they become available. Despatch dates are best estimates and may change. Often items may be sent sooner.

Size Guide


Another great basic, designed for layering. These long-length, long-sleeved tees are a wardrobe essential. Great under jumpers when you need an extra layer or wear alone over leggings.

• These basics are true to size and close-fitting with plenty of stretch. If you're between sizes, we recommend to try the next size down.

• The long length covers hips for easy layering.

• Soft and stretchy jersey material.

• Length 79cm (size S)

• Model is 5'9" and wears size S.

Fabric & Care

• 95% Cotton, 5% Elastane.

• Cold, gentle machine wash.

• Do not tumble dry. Dry in shade.

• Warm iron on reverse.

• Do not dry clean.

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"Simple cotton t-shirt, just like the photos, very versatile. Gave 3 stars as quite expensive for a t-shirt."

Posted by em  /  22nd January 2017

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"Excellent, thick stretchy material so comfortable and will last. Great for layering which is what I wanted it for, but just as good to wear on it's own. Will buy in other colours now! Great quality."

Posted by Diane  /  15th January 2017

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"I have been looking everywhere for a white long t-shirt and one which has a high % of cotton in as well as a little stretch for a lovely fit! This one is perfect. More expensive than I often pay, but the quality is excellent and I bought 5 as so hard to find! It's a generous size, so depending on the fit and tightness desired (I wear as an undergarment) select the sizing accordingly and enjoy!"

Posted by Sara  /  9th January 2017

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"Love this t-shirt; have already bought two! Excellent quality, great fit, lovely long length and I feel good wearing it! Hubby is keen too ;-) Thanks, Hush!"

Posted by Maggie  /  28th December 2016

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"Excellent style and fit. I now have three of these and I have never found any elsewhere to match Hush quality."

Posted by Liz  /  16th December 2016