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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Back home

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 30 November, 2015

The other day

I have to day that it feels great to be back at the office! And this Monday feels even greater since the COP21 kick off this morning in Paris. It is going to be very exiting to follow the development and the result. The other day, in lack of inspiration, I was wearing all black.

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Turtleneck, Lisa Yang. Jeans, Acne Studios. Sunglasses, Ray ban.


Friday mood

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 27 November, 2015

Emma Elwin shares her Friday inspiration.

My Friday inspiration for today is this new label called Hillier Bartley, I love the retro flirting styling and the classic pieces she makes. I would love to look like this today. Mead more about the brand here!


Bye Miami

Posted in Life
by Emma Elwin on 26 November, 2015

Emma Elwin is one her way back home from sunny Miami.

Today I am finally heading back to Stockholm. Can’t wait to be back home! Miami has been great as always, sunny and very friendly! I truly think that being this close to the ocean is good for one’s mind. Back home, a weekend of DIY is waiting. Our apartment walls need to be painted, baseboards need to be put back and the doors are getting new handles. I’ll try to snap some pictures of the result!


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