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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


This old shirt

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by Emma Elwin on 10 January, 2016

To a pale powder blue.

I am, as you probably have suspected by now, a big fan of shirts. I always have a eye out for the perfect blue shirt,
preferably a second hand one. I like them a bit washed out, I find they fit better when the cotton is a bit washed out. This is one of my favorite shirts, I have had it for ages and so the color has gone from baby blue to a pale powder blue, which I think to be the perfect blue.

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Shirt, Lee. Jeans, second hand Levis. Bag, Givenchy. Watch, vintage Rolex. Sunglasses, Ray-ban. Shoes, Vans.

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1 Comment

Johanne: I feel exactly the same: always looking for the perfect blue shirt! So cool :)
January 10, 2016

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