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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Day One of Fashion Week

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by Emma Elwin on 2 September, 2017

Jacket, Balenciaga. Blouse, Tôteme. Trousers, Acne studios. Shoes, The Row. 

Last time I attended a fashion week I got the idea of styling all of my looks around one specific garment. That time I chose this timeless silk shirt from Filippa K as my everyday base, wanting to show that you can get three totally different outfits from one single piece of clothing. I think the experiment turned out great!
That’s why for this fashion week I wanted to do the same, but with a pair of black Acne Studios flannel trousers. Most people have a black pair of trousers in their wardrobes, and it’s a garment I love to wear and always return to. The other day I paired them with a white blouse, a boxy jacket I borrowed from Lisa, and timeless suede shoes.

What I love about these trousers is that they are so easy to dress up or down. Check in tomorrow to see how I styled them for day two!


4 Comments

Anja: Hvor blusen fra? Har buksa selv i grått, føler meg så fin i den :-)
September 27, 2017

Emma: Day 2 is coming soon!
September 6, 2017

r.: day 2?
September 6, 2017

Sara N: Så fint!! älskar din stil och ditt sätt att tänka kring mode <3
September 2, 2017

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