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Day one: the shirt

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by Emma Elwin on 25 August, 2015

Style lobotomy

Dressing for fashion week is nothing I love. It always feels like I end up going through some kind of style crisis. So this week, Lisa and I where talking about what to wear, and we came up with the idea for me to wear the same garment for these three days. Picking the garment was easy! I love this silky navy blue shirt and it pretty much works with everything in my wardrobe. This is how I wore it yesterday.

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Shirt, Filippa K. Skirt, Altuzarra. Bag, Micheal Kors. Sandals, Nilson shoes. Bracelet, Ole Lynggaard.


4 Comments

r.: what a bag! pls, give us another angle! still available to buy?
August 27, 2015

simone: Det här är för bra för att vara sant och sååå fint!
August 26, 2015

Beatrice: Perfekt! Grym idé! :)
August 25, 2015

jenaly: beautiful, I can't wait to see the other outfits. www.inmydreams.ca/
August 25, 2015

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