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by Emma Elwin on 19 November, 2014

These are two of my favorite pieces. They work great together and with pretty much everything else in my wardrobe. Sweater and trousers, Filippa K.

IMG_6310 kopiera

These are two of my favorite pieces. They work great together and with pretty much everything else in my wardrobe.

IMG_6360 kopiera

Sweater and trousers, Filippa K.


5 Comments

Kristi: What's the name for the shirt and slacks?
March 24, 2016

jenaly: love this, I can see why they would work well with everything. simple but amazing!! www.inmydreams.ca/
November 20, 2014

Magdalena: Vilken modell är de?
November 19, 2014

Sandra: Har också de byxorna fast i svart och ett par i samma modell fast i grövre ullmaterial som användes mycket i vintras - rekommenderas med andra ord! Topp fem av mina bästa inköp, helt klart!
November 19, 2014

Sophie van Daniels: love the two items and they go together so so well. Great outfit! http://basicapparel.de
November 19, 2014

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