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Emma Elwin

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The Filippa K Basket Bag

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by Emma Elwin on 5 July, 2017

Basket bag, Filippa K.

Sunshine calls for summer-appropriate accessories, and the basket bag truly is a holiday staple. Whether you’re lounging poolside or going for a trip to the French market, a sun-bleached straw shopper is your perfect go-to. If you shop for more than 300€ in any Filippa K store, this beautiful and timeless custom Filippa K beach bag will be yours (limited availability)!

And hey, don’t forget to check out Filippa K’s brilliant concept Lease the Look that is offered through Filippa K’s online stores in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. Renting a garment for four days will cost you no more than 400 SEK, and the price includes transportation and laundry—perfect if you need a dress for a summer wedding!

Feature in collaboration with Filippa K.


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