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Make it last teams up with Gina Tricot to chat about ways of approaching sustainability in fashion.

Make it last teams up with Gina Tricot to chat about ways of approaching sustainable aspects of fashion without feeling daunted – and Emma Elwin gives her best tips on keeping a stylish wardrobe that lasts over time – investing in timeless design, choosing materials that last longer and planning ones purchases instead of going crazy on a Friday looking for something to wear for the weekend. Check out the campaign page on Gina Tricot here!gina-tricot-1


5 Comments

Cornelia Granslätt: När finns dem i butik? :) Så snygga jeans!!!
March 16, 2016

Gunilla Henriksson: Men gud vilket bra tips!!
March 9, 2016

Sandra Daniel: I love it! Great advice!
February 25, 2016

Emilia Louise Andersson: Jättebra tips!
February 25, 2016

Martina: Jättebra tips, väldigt bra att just Gina Tricot uppmärksammar det också. http://martinallindberg.blogspot.com/
February 15, 2016

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