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Emma Elwin

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Day Two of Fashion Week

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by Emma Elwin on 18 September, 2017

Lyocell shirt, Filippa K. Flanell trousers, Acne Studios. Cotton jacket, Hope. Loafers, Filippa K.

I’m sorry for the delay on posting my fashion week day-two outfit! I’m embarrassed to admit I forgot about it since the Make it last schedule is keeping me busy as a bee.
For day two I felt like blending in with the rest of the old-school fashion crowed (the once who was in the business before street style photos) which pretty much means black from top to toe. The shirt is a hundred procent Lyocell, which is a truly durable and sustainable material.

Here are some examples of great staples made from Lyocell!


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