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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Feeling blue

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by Emma Elwin on 26 September, 2015

Emma Elwin's wardrobe is mostly blue and... Blue.

The other day when I was packing down my wardrobe and I realized something. The majority of my clothes has gone from black to blue. Everything in my wardrobe is pretty much a shade of blue, without me really realizing it. I found this when I googled the color:

Blue is sharply refracted by the eyes. This causes the lens to flatten and to push the blue image back. We perceive that blue areas are receding and smaller.


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