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The Edit: Sunday Sisters

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by Make it last on 21 September, 2017

For this Edit, we wanted to share some of our favorite sustainable pieces that are best worn when hanging out at home with your soul sister on an early autumn Sunday. Make it last's Pauline Suzor and Mikaela Hållén captured real life sisters Malin and Johanna in an analogue photo series, doing exactly that.

Malin wears a t-shirt from H&M and jeans from Reformation. Johanna wears the Make it Last-tee from Mormorrut and second hand jeans.
Johanna and Malin both wear knits from Lisa Yang.
Malin wears a t-shirt from H&M and jeans from Reformation. Johanna wears the Make it last-tee from Mormorrut and second hand jeans.
Both are wearing towels from Ateljé Stockholm. Malin also wears a tank top from the H&M Conscious collection.
Robes from Wacay and earrings from Baum und Pferdgarten.
Johanna wears a shirt from Cheap Monday made from 100 % organic cotton.
Johanna and Malin wears tank tops from H&M and jeans from Beyond Retro.

Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Models Sisters Malin & Johanna Karlsson


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