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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Amsterdam

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by Emma Elwin on 15 February, 2016

My first time in Amsterdam

Sweater, Filippa K. Trousers, old from Acne Studios.
Yesterday I got to spend a day in Amsterdam doing a interview with a friend and colleague about her wardrobe. You will find it in the next issue of Styleby. It was my first time in Amsterdam but definitely not my last! Loved all the canals and old houses. On today’s schedule is a meeting with the midwife, hundreds of deadlines and hopefully getting a long walk with Stella.


2 Comments

Louise: I work on one every day, it's awesome. I've been trying to improve my posture and it's excellent for that! Plus it's pretty fun bouncing on to the beat of your music ;)
February 16, 2016

Elina: Hej Emma. Jag har en ganska liten garderob och har länge försökt minimalisera den. Funderar nu på hur jag ska få en mer tidlös-stil och även hållbar för plaggen o naturen. Min fråga är; vilka märken tycker du jag borde titta på för jeans/skjortor/klänningar?
February 15, 2016

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