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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


See through

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by Emma Elwin on 3 April, 2016

Sheet see through cotton

I realized I have put on ten kilograms the other day, something that I can feel in my feet and my back… I don’t know if it’s the weather or my body changing that is inspiring me to make an effort when it comes to dressing. On Friday I was wearing this beautiful blouse from Rodebjer. This kind of blouse is something I could get married in. I love the wide arms and the sheer almost see through cotton.

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Blouse, Rodebjer. Trousers, Ganni. Shoes, Filippa K.


2 Comments

Ben Green: Just found your site and I am so glad I did. What beautiful content and clean navigation! Love this outfit and am excited to keep up with all you do. Thx! xx
April 4, 2016

Lottie: Du ser helt underbart vacker ut! Det klär dig att vara gravid. Så jäklans fin!
April 4, 2016

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