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Tencel Trench

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by Emma Elwin on 25 February, 2015

Had to borrow this trench coat at the office the other day to take a picture. It’s made of Lyocell, which is made of wood pulp and a 100 percent biodegradable. Trenchcoat, Kappahl. Sweater and trousers, Filippa K. Shoes, Puma.

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Had to borrow this trench coat at the office the other day to take a picture. It’s made of Lyocell, which is made of wood pulp and a 100 percent biodegradable.

IMG_7138 kopiera

Trenchcoat, Kappahl. Sweater and trousers, Filippa K. Shoes, Puma.


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