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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


No More Dressing Anxiety

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by Emma Elwin on 7 October, 2017

Second hand sweater, Gudrun Sjödén. Shades, Céline. Second hand bag, The Row.

I love my wardrobe right now, and don’t think I’ve ever felt this way. Before, I used to have my morning coffee with a side of dressing anxiety! Now, however, I have fewer clothes than ever, and instead my wardrobe’s filled with great everyday pieces that all go perfectly together. And it’s only stuff I actually wear. Not like before, when there where mostly trend pieces I got sick of almost immediately. I also love that there’s only neutral colors, like black, white, navy, green, brown and grey—super basic and easy to match!


7 Comments

Karin: Jag skulle också gärna vilja ha en guide :) Gillar din stil och skulle också vilja ha en enkel garderob där allt matchar. Har du något förslag på ett märke där man kan köpa basplagg ur samma kollektion? (för att göra det riktigt enkelt för sig..)
October 11, 2017

Anja: Yea, please writea guide, with pictures too!
October 10, 2017

Lydia: Can't you do a guide to how to achieve this? I'm longing for a wardrobe like this...
October 9, 2017

Jenny: So inspiring, Ive just come to the same conclusion!
October 8, 2017

T: Great! How many items are in your everyday wardrobe?
October 8, 2017

Martine: Do you think you could post a picture of the bag when worn later on? I have my eye on a second hand one, but I'm not sure how it looks on the shoulder and google is not much help... Your sense of style is so good and it's so inspiring to see how beautiful clothes you find second hand, so I really hope you post more full look photos in general.
October 7, 2017

Ninna Kiel Nielsen: How can one press 'Like'! :-)
October 7, 2017

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