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Peacoat

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by Emma Elwin on 3 September, 2015

The chameleon of coats

Since autumn decided to come to Stockholm I had to change the sandals I had chosen for this weeks “One garment three looks” into a peacoat. The peacoat has always been a coat that I have admired for being the chameleon of coats. It works no matter what style your currently into. It is a true wardrobe classic that will work for pretty much any occasion.

Peacoat

Coat, Dagmar. Shirt, Filippa K. Jeans, JC. Shoes, Céline. Scarf, Vintage.


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September 7, 2015

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