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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


COLOR OBSESSIONS

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by Emma Elwin on 27 November, 2012

Clutch, Zara. Kavaj, Lindex. Handskar & halsduk, Weekday. Byxor, Christophe Lemaires for Weekday. Nagellack, Chanel. Skor & väska, Lanvin. T-shirt, Back. Kan inte sluta förälska mig i vinröda saker! Här har ni ett helt gäng som ni kan hitta i butik just nu.

Clutch, Zara. Kavaj, Lindex. Handskar & halsduk, Weekday. Byxor, Christophe Lemaires for Weekday. Nagellack, Chanel. Skor & väska, Lanvin. T-shirt, Back.

Kan inte sluta förälska mig i vinröda saker! Här har ni ett helt gäng som ni kan hitta i butik just nu.


6 Comments

Emma Elwin: Ysl!
November 27, 2012

Ninae: var kommer skärpet ifrån??
November 27, 2012

Ellen: Hej fina Emma! Skärpet är fantastiskt, vet du vart det kommer ifrån?
November 27, 2012

isabel: that nailpolish is the best colour ever! www.mamajulesbrussels.blogspot.com
November 27, 2012

Anna Loverus: Så himla stilig färg! Har en halv garderob full av vinrött, tur att det går fint att köra tone-in-tone.
November 27, 2012

Passion 4 Details: Jag gillar också vinrött, men det får mestadels flytta in i min garderob i form av accessoarer.
November 27, 2012

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