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Cloak coat

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by Emma Elwin on 25 September, 2016

Emma is looking forward to fall and winter coats.

Is it just me or are you guys also thrilled that it’s finally time to switch to winter coats? I just love to dress in layers, wear big scarves and wooly hats! Today I am wearing this coat that is a vintage find from Vestiaire Collective that I got last spring. I might end up living in i for the rest of this autumn. Mainly because it’s warm and cosy but also because I feel like I am on my way to a defence against the dark arts lesson.

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Coat, Joseph/Vestiaire Collective. Sweater, Samsøe Samsøe. Jeans, Levis/Beyond Retro. Shoes, Filippa K.

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Coat, Joseph/Vestiaire Collective. Sweater, Samsøe Samsøe. Jeans, Levis/Beyond Retro.

 


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