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Emma Elwin

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On my desk

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by Emma Elwin on 31 August, 2015

Emma Elwin is planing the autumn on Make it last and wants to hear you point of view!

After a very productive weekend I’m very happy to get back to work. This week I’m extra excited since were planning the features for the autumn on Make it last. We would love to hear your point of view! What would you like to see more of on Make it last?


Under the same sun

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by Emma Elwin on 30 August, 2015

Emma Elwin is loves her eco-friendly bikini made by 86% REPREVE polyester and recycled plastic bottles.

Bikini, Under the same sun

I love this brand! They make eco-friendly yoga-, surf- and beach wear. The eco-friendly fabric is made by 86% REPREVE polyester and recycled plastic bottles. Designed in Sweden, 100% made in downtown LA.


Grandma knit

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by Emma Elwin on 29 August, 2015

Grandma knitt

If there is something I love to wear it is cozy knitted sweaters. I try to invest in timeless ones in netural colors that works with everything else in my wardrobe. This one is perfect for the indian summer nights we are enjoying here in Stockholm right now. I reminds me of the kind of sweaters my Grandma would knit. Read more about Boomerangs CSR work here!

Boomerang

Sweater, Boomerang.


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