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Rain coat

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by Emma Elwin on 31 March, 2016

A rain coat on a sunny day

Yesterday it was finally warm enough to wear just a rain coat and a knitted sweater. I am very happy to welcome this timeless jacket in to my wardrobe, it is perfect in every way. The colour, the cut and the fabric. It think this is something I’ll be wearing for the rest of my life.

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Coat, Shutterheim. Sweater and trousers, Lisa Yang. Shoes, Filippa K.


3 Comments

Jess | Rose & Fig: What a gorgeous coat. Against both the other black garments and the gray wall, it totally shines!
April 1, 2016

Lina: De är superfina! Men tyvärr inget vidare i kemikalieutsläpp! Materialet som alla deras rockar är gjorda av är tillverkat med ftalater vilket inte är bra för miljön och undviks av de flesta klädföretag med miljöprofil. Här kan man läsa mer om ämnet: http://www.kemi.se/vagledning-for/konsumenter/kemiska-amnen/ftalater
March 31, 2016

welovefur: WOW! I'm in love with this rain coat. Camel and black is always a winning combination I love your style and your blog. Visit mine if you want many kisses http://www.welovefur.com
March 31, 2016

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