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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Dark Blue

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 2 March, 2017

Old shirt and trousers.
I thought that I would give my self a challenge – I’d try to make as many different outfits as possible with just six garments. I wanted to see how creative I can be with my wardrobe. What do you think? Is that something you would like to see and read about? It would also give me a reason not to spend all day in my pyjamas…


10 Comments

Hanna: Yes please!
April 3, 2017

Anna: gärna! :)
March 20, 2017

Emma: Ja det vill jag gärna läsa om! Något som jag själv också skulle vilja testa.
March 15, 2017

Emelie: Ja! Vill också tipsa om två andra bra bloggar, du kanske redan känner till dessa men ändå: StyleBee och Un-fancy!!
March 7, 2017

T: Do it! Love your style!
March 5, 2017

Dorothea: Yes please. I am always searching for inspiration regarding a minimalistic and fashionable wardrobe in combination.
March 3, 2017

Andrea: Jaaa :)
March 3, 2017

Anna: Yeeeees!
March 3, 2017

lisa: yes please!
March 2, 2017

Amina: Låter som något för mig! Jag har precis nystartat en återkommande utmaning hos mig: att använd alla kläder jag har i garderoben innan jag får köpa något nytt :) älskar att hitta nya kreativa lösningar!
March 2, 2017

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