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Emma Elwin

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Styleby #30

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by Emma Elwin on 26 November, 2014

Suit & shirt, Filippa K. Shoes, Stella McCartney.  Have you had a look in the lastest issue of Styleby? Here is one of the pictures from the feature they did on my wardrobe! The suit is one that I feel is gonna be a good friend trough the years.

emma-elwinSuit & shirt, Filippa K. Shoes, Stella McCartney. 

Have you had a look in the lastest issue of Styleby? Here is one of the pictures from the feature they did on my wardrobe! The suit is one that I feel is gonna be a good friend trough the years.


5 Comments

emma: Blocket!
November 27, 2014

Johanne: Thanks Emma :D
November 26, 2014

Mia: Fantastisk kostym och fantastisk soffa.. Får man fråga varifrån den kommer? Soffan alltså;)
November 26, 2014

emma: I have a XS :) they are great!
November 26, 2014

Johanne: Emma, can you please share which size you have in these trousers? They look great on you :D
November 26, 2014

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