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Notes from a Swedish stylist


ONCE IN CAPE TOWN

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by Emma Elwin on 19 March, 2014

Linne, Crocker/JC. Hängselbyxor, Topshop. Sandaler, K Jacques.  

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Linne, Crocker/JC. Hängselbyxor, Topshop. Sandaler, K Jacques.

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9 Comments

Emelie: Snyggt! Älskar din stil. Blev sugen på byxorna...hur tycker du de är i storlek? Kollar på storleksguiden på hemsidan men de verkar vara små i storlek, stämmer det?
March 20, 2014

Tessie: Åh så fint Emma! :) Skulle uppskatta om alla fina modeälskare här kunde hjälpa oss att fylla i en kort marknadsundersökning. Det tar absolut inte lång tid och är helt ovärderligt för oss! Tack så hemskt mycket! <3 https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QY69H39 XOXO
March 20, 2014

Josephine: wow! så snyggt!
March 20, 2014

Jos: Men så snygg!!! http://josefindysenius.devote.se/
March 19, 2014

www.ediot.se: så snygg. fina bralls
March 19, 2014

mariehk.wordpress.com: Men HUR snygg är du inte i de där brallorna. Jag kommer kunna bära upp ett par snickisar men du är ju skitsnygg!!!
March 19, 2014

mariehk.wordpress.com: *aldrig...
March 19, 2014

Sandra: Supersnyggt! Njut av värmen! http://blueberryroad.blogg.se
March 19, 2014

Jenny: Snyggt!
March 19, 2014

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