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Emma Elwin

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Brown corduroy and Miss Simone

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by Emma Elwin on 2 October, 2015

My girls Stella, Bobbie and Nina Simone

I’m still at the office trying to catch up on some work. As company I have my girls Stella, Bobbie and Nina Simone. And without sounding completely pathetic I have to say, I could not think of a better company for this Friday night. Today I was wearing this weeks one piece three looks corduroy trousers with a silk shirt and heels. The shoes stayed on for 10 more seconds after taking this picture. BUT! Would you not agree that this would be a perfect transition look, you know, to wear at the office straight to ones dinner plans.

Okey that’s my cue, need to get some sleep for tomorrows loppis!! Super exited! Hope to see you there?!

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Shirt, Filippa K. Trousers, Margaret Howell. Glases, Céline. Scarf, Adidas.


2 Comments

Lovisa Johansson: Hej! Letar nya glasögon och undrar vad modellen heter på dina som är från Celine? Och vart köpte du dem? Tack på förhand, och bra blogg! Lovisa
October 9, 2015

Chantal Perin: Beautiful photo(and girl), great pants and colours. Bon week end !
October 3, 2015

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