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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


The crochet bikini

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by Emma Elwin on 28 February, 2015

Today is all about getting some sun and recharging the batteries at the beach. I’m doing this in my favorite Brazilian bikini from Acacia.

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Today is all about getting some sun and recharging the batteries at the beach. I’m doing this in my favorite Brazilian bikini from Acacia.


Less is more

Posted in Beauty
by Emma Elwin on 27 February, 2015

These are my eco friendly friends that I brought on this trip to the sun. The less is more hair serum really works miraculous with my surf/saltwater dry hair.

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These are my eco friendly friends that I brought on this trip to the sun. The less is more hair serum really works miraculous with my surf/saltwater dry hair.


The lace dress

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by Emma Elwin on

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I had this Jane Birkin 70’s looking dress from Hunkydory on a shoot the other day and just had to bring it home and try it on.IMG_7233 kopieraBesides being a meter to long, I felt like Jane Birkin wearing it. IMG_7253 kopieraMight have to get married soon just to have a reason to get it. All though I always wanted to make my own dress of old laces I’ve found on vintage markets. IMG_7188 kopiera


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