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New years

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 31 December, 2015

This is what Emma Elwin is planing to wear for her new years outfit.

Today we are going down to the beach for a quick surf session and the we are off again to Venice beach to celebrate the new year with Lisa, Martin and some friends of theirs.

I was going trough my wardrobe yesterday and I did not bring to many fancy clothes to wear except my lace up Miu Miu sandals and a dark blue dress. I might wuss out and wear jeans and a shirt instead of the dress. But the shoes, them I have to wear!

Happy new year to you all!!!

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Tonight I am hopefully wearing this midnight blue dress and a bag that I found at one of my favorit second hand stores in Stockholm called Pop vintage.


How to

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 30 December, 2015

Like new!

Earlier today I mended the little holes that had appeared on the front of my favorit t-shirt. At hand I had my new sewing kit. And even though my sewing skills are a bit rusty, I am pretty happy with the result. The only thing I need to do now is to press the the sewn patches with an iron to make them a little bit flatter.


Boxed Water is Better

Posted in Life
by Emma Elwin on 29 December, 2015

Emma Elwin is looking for a good alternative to bottled water in California.

The other day I went in to a coffee shop to buy water and was exited to find this one.


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