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White Cords in Three Ways – Part Two

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by Emma Elwin on 13 January, 2018

Here is the follow-up on the one-garment-three-looks post with the corduroy trousers I found at Stadsmissionen. Since I am working from home this week I am all about comfortable and cozy. Also, I’m color coordinating with our dog Stella, she’s shredding like crazy right now. The sweater is a classic v-neck from Filippa K that I got three years ago and it looks the same today as the day I bought it.


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Sandra Olsson: Jag måste fråga, hur sköter du dina Filippa K-kläder? Jag tvättar enligt instruktionerna men jag lyckas aldrig att få dem att hålla i mer än något år. Det är faktiskt de kläder med absolut sämst kvalitet i min garderob, oftast blir sömmarna helt vridna redan vid första tvätten och vid andra blir de t sladdrigt och formlöst och sen går det hål, det har hittills hänt på samtliga plagg. Så jag antar att jag gör något fel?
January 24, 2018

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