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Emma Elwin

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By the oceanside

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by Emma Elwin on 15 January, 2016

Waiting for the tide to take us home

Today is the last day of our trip of California. It is with a heavy heart I leave the beach and days of surf for a cold Stockholm. Still, I am so exited to come home to Stella and the Make it last office. Yesterday we where trying to soak in as much of the sun as possible and went to the beach for a proper view of the sunset. This is the song I am going to listen to when the winter back home feels like it is never ending.

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Classic peacoat, Dagmar.

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Shirt, second hand. Tights, Gina Tricot/The good project. Shoes, Vans.

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