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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Easy wear

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by Emma Elwin on 12 March, 2016

For the time being

What a beautiful day this is! The sun is out and I have spent the morning at one of my favorite coffee shops preparing some work for next week. Today I am wearing this very simple outfit, but it is these kind of easy wear garment that make me feel the most stylish actually. The jeans might be one of my best buys this spring. They are very lose and one of four trousers that still fit my big belly. The rest of the day I am going to spend embroidering I can’t tell you why for the time being, BUT I will try show you the result in two weeks time. Have a great Saturday!

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Sweater, super old. Jeans, Beyond Retro.


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