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Emma Elwin

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Weekend & lace

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 30 January, 2015

Finally weekend again!

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Bra, Ganni.

Finally weekend again! Can’t believe how fast this week went. Missed most of fashion week but I have something really exiting on the schedule for the next two weeks coming. But for now I’m super exited about the weekend.


EcoTools

Posted in Beauty
by Emma Elwin on 29 January, 2015

I found this brand last fall and really liked there philosophy which goes like this:

Living beautifully has been EcoTools mantra since it launched a few years ago. The fast-growing brand believes in finding the perfect balance between beauty and environment. A harmonic combination of conserving our fragile environment while allowing you to find beauty from the inside out. EcoTools has a fine selection of beauty products, with their soft and delicate make-up brushes being the most popular of the range. The natural and sustainable bamboo plant, recyclable aluminium and recycled plastic are some of the materials used by the brand. You must remember to not only think about the ingredients of the products you apply to your body, but also what tools you use to do so. EcoTools natural and 100% cruelty free products allow you to use fantastic quality products as part of your daily routine while remaining environmentally conscious.


The search for lamps for the apartment continues to day.

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The search for lamps for the apartment continues to day. The hardest one to find is the one for the livingroom. One lamp I can’t stop thinking about is this one from Costa Rica.  


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