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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


In a perfect world

Posted in Beauty
by Emma Elwin on 30 November, 2016

A little tube of hope

It makes me feel really hopeful when I see more and more companies switching to organic. In a perfect world we wouldn’t even need any beauty products and we could spend our money on education instead. But since we are not there yet, go organic when you buy stuff to put on your skin.


Ten minutes ago

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 29 November, 2016

A ten-minute outfit

Sweater, Lisa Yang. Coat, Acne studios. Jeans, had forever.
Saturday I was all about keeping warm in my two grey favorite cashmere pieces. About ten minutes after this picture I had to change though, that is something I have become used to doing pretty often living with a five month old baby. Also it looks like I am about to sneeze in the first picture, I did not.367a5472


Eucalyptus wreath

Posted in Life
by Emma Elwin on 28 November, 2016

A simple festive touch

After a weekend of trying to get the house sorted (we ended up getting three things out of fifteen done). One of the things we did do that was not on the list was to lit the first advent candle. I am not much for wild Christmas decorations but I thought this eucalyptus wreath would look nice over the kitchen table.367a5434


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