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Winter uniform

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by Emma Elwin on 5 February, 2016

Jeans, turtleneck and a peacoat

The sun has been shining all day here in Stockholm. Even though is still super cold, it does not feel like spring is that far away. Yesterday I was wearing a look that sort of has become my uniform this time of the year. Jeans, turtleneck and a peacoat.

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Jacket, Dagmar. Sweater, Filippa K. Jeans, H&M mama. Shoes, Old. Hat, Secondhand.


5 Comments

Emma: I actually have three sweaters underneath so I'd say down to -5, maybe with a wool scarf ;)
February 22, 2016

Lu: Hej, I am wondering how much temperature this outfit can wear? below zero is that possible?
February 22, 2016

Emma: Jag tror det är en 34 eller small :)
February 6, 2016

Sam: Beautiful look. You always look so peaceful. -x-
February 6, 2016

Christina: Superfint! Får jag fråga vad du har för storlek i jackan från Dagmar? Kram!
February 6, 2016

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