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A walk in the park

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by Emma Elwin on 13 October, 2014

Earlier today I took a walk in the park with my friend Clara and her dog Francis. The autumn in Stockholm really is at it’s most beautiful right now. I always get a bit uncomfortable having my picture taken. That’s probably why I normally look a bit hmm, stiff in my pictures. In the future I’ll […]

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Earlier today I took a walk in the park with my friend Clara and her dog Francis. The autumn in Stockholm really is at it’s most beautiful right now. white-polo
I always get a bit uncomfortable having my picture taken. That’s probably why I normally look a bit hmm, stiff in my pictures. In the future I’ll try to post more happy pictures. polo-white-filippakTuttle neck, Filippa K. T-shirt, Dagmar. Jacket, Blk dnm. Jeans, Acne Studios. Shoes, Adidas.
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Stella was super happy getting chased by Francis among the leafs.


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