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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist

Shop our favorites on Tradera!

As you might have noticed already, I’m all about comfort when it comes to style. Actually, my colleague Lisa is the same. You should see us at the office – we don’t play dress-up, to put it mildly… Instead, we’re constantly ready to take our dogs to the park.

The key? Everyday clothes in basic colors, comfortable and practical – but proper enough to work in business meetings. Here are some staples that are perfect for a day at the office – all clothes are available to buy on Tradera. Just click the links! Happy bidding.


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Sweater, Ganni. Jeans, Levi’s.


Sweater, Acne Studios. Skirt, Filippa K.

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Shirt, Zara. Trousers, &Otherstories.


Top, Zara. Skirt, Gant.

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Dress, Cos.


Café Mode: Great pics! You make me want everything, thanks :)
May 9, 2015

M O V A Y O G A: International buyers can also bid? Many thanks.
May 7, 2015

Agnes: hade varit bra om ni skrev ut material på kläderna ni lägger ut på Tradera! Känns som något man vill ha info om :)
May 6, 2015

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