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White Cords in Three Ways – Part Three

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by Emma Elwin on 17 January, 2018

For the last outfit in my one-garment-three-looks series, I choose one of my favorite blouses: a silky black one that always makes you feel the perfect amount of “dressed up”. The Stella McCartney shoes were selected by Dylan and I think, if you’d ask him, these are the one and only shoes for me to wear—especially with pajamas each morning.


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Hanna: Love this look! I'm looking for corduroy trousers exactly like that - do they have a label or do you somehow know the brand? Maybe I can find them second hand.
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