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A golden lining

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by Emma Elwin on 16 May, 2016

Emma Elwin about hair accessories, hay fever and pregnancy ache.

After having a few days off (my hay fever really knocked me out the other week) I now feel like a new person. Since the past 3 week I have not been able to have the same past which came as a bit of a shock. Just a few weeks ago I feel like I could run the world, now I can’t even wake up stairs to the office with out feeling like I am going to faint. Actually even getting up from the sofa or getting my shoes on is quite a quest. I really can not wait until the end of June, I am so curios of this little ninja kicking in my belly!!!

The picture above is of my latest investment from Céline that I found secondhand on Vestiaire Collective. It is already my favorite accessory! It is such a nice feeling when you find those things and you just know that you will love it forever. Right now it is really giving my every day looks a golden lining since almost NOTHING in my wardrobe fit me anymore.


3 Comments

Karin: Okej tack! :)
May 17, 2016

Emma: Hej Karin! Vad kul att du frågar och vad grymt att du letar efter bra märken! Vi har gjort ett brand index här på Make it last där du kan hitta märken som antingen är har fairtrad märkning eller annan eko-cerdefekering: http://makeitlast.se/sustainable-brands/
May 16, 2016

Karin: Hej! Har du något tips på fairtrade-kläder? Har precis sett den hemska dokumentären sweatshop på tv4play och känns inte bra att köpa kläder som är producerade under sådana förhållanden.. Grattis till graviditeten förresten! :)
May 16, 2016

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