Are you a socks-claustrophobic like Johanna? Here's what the Make it last team wears right now.
Stockholm weather makes no sense this September. Some mornings are frosty like winter; some afternoons spoil us with summer sun. Every morning we ask ourselves, boots or ballerinas. However weird it may sound, both of them work. Here are some office favorites.
Emma wears old boots from Balenciaga. “These troopers are my favourite fall shoes.They have that timeless look that I always come back too. I try to take care of them and use shoe polish twice a month during winter time.” Lisa wears embroidered flats from The Row. “These are not my everyday shoes, in fact, I’ve hardly ever worn them in Stockholm as I never leave my house without my dog, and dog walks are not compatible with delicate shoes. I got them as a Christmas gift and they are very special to me.” Johanna refuses to adjust to the shifting temperature and holds on to the ballerinas-and-bare-feet combo for as long as she possible can. She’s a socks-claustrophobic. These ballerinas are a lucky final sales find from Acne Studios.
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