Tid kvar —

Högsta bud —

Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Time to ditch the jacket

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 19 March, 2015

I'm so lazy when it comes to innovative dressing

Stockholm is truly showing her best side this week! Sunlight, spring flowers and warm ocean winds. The other day I left my jacket in the office to grab some lunch, it feels like summer is around the corner.

This is a look that have worked for me the last five years, you’ll find proof here. High waisted jeans, a knitted sweater and flats. Either I don’t have any imagination (this is true, I’m so lazy when it comes to innovative dressing, I’m much more an old faithful kind of gal) or (and I like this thought more) this is something of a fallback outfit trough out time. The bag I bought three years back and it’s definitely one of the things in my wardrobe that I wanna keep forever.

IMG_8806

Shirt, Filippa K. Sweater, Hunkydory. Jeans, Levi’s from Beyond retro. Shoes, Converse. IMG_8793 kopiera

Bag, Givenchy. Sunglasses, Rayban. Watch, Rolex.


4 Comments

Banny: Hello! I want to write a post about "Mom jeans." Can I use your photo? I'll leave a link to your blog)
October 24, 2016

jenaly: this is a great and classic look!!! www.inmydreams.ca/
March 22, 2015

Sophie van Daniels: Oh I love this Outfit - it's so easy and classy. In my opinion high waisted jeans and a black knit will always be fashionable. I think the flats are what I like most about it - less dressy. Love, Sophie http://basicapparel.de
March 19, 2015

Sverre Eiker Berg: too good -- personal, classics are the best
March 19, 2015

Related reading

Style — 17 February, 2018

The Edit: Not So Basic

Stylist Mikaela Hållén shows off some sustainable spring basics and makes them look super extra.

Style — 15 February, 2018

Brand to Watch: De Smet

De Smet offers easy and accessible everyday clothing made by hand in New York City.

Style — 6 February, 2018

A Conversation About Sustainability and Entrepreneurship With BreeLayne Carter

L.A. based designer and environmentalist BreeLayne Carter talks to us about sustainable fashion and female entrepreneurship.

Style — 5 February, 2018

The Edit: Spring Essentials

Photographer Nina Holma and stylist Meja Taserud have (quite literally) patched together some timeless essentials in a new spring Edit.