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Night shirt

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by Emma Elwin on 9 May, 2016

Emma tells us about her new favorite thing to wear around the house.

Night shirt, Old touch.
After a three day long wedding we are back in Stockholm again with weather that feels like summer. The other week I ran in to the best peace of garment I have ever seen. This second hand mens night gown must be the perfect for a pregnant woman to wear around the house. The fabric has the texture of washed sheet and you feel like you are walking on air wearing it!


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