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Emma Elwin

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Flannel and Crispy Cotton

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by Emma Elwin on 4 October, 2017

Shirt, Rika. Trousers, Acne Studios. Belt, Boomerang.

Even though this shirt is already two years old, it still has a brand new feel. I love finding these high quality crisp cotton shirts that I now will only get better with time.
Some of my best finds are these really old cotton shirts from the second hand store Old Touch. The cotton they’re made from has longer fibers than modern cotton garments, which makes them more durable, and they still look new though they’re at least 50 years old.


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