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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Garment Care Weekend

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by Emma Elwin on 26 January, 2018

I’m really bad at maintaining my favorite garments. I always end up at the bus stop picking pilling of my sweaters or trying to get the dog hair off my coats on the subway. So, I have this idea that once a month I’ll show my wardrobe some love! Once a month I’ll take some time off from other weekend activities and spend an afternoon caring for my clothes. Sound boring? Well, I’ll try to make it fun by listening to my favorite podcast.

So this weekend I’m going to sew, brush, clean and air my clothes. If you’d like to read more about garment care check out or care guide here!


2 Comments

Sophie: Hej Emma, Jeg er faldet over Verner Panton stolene på danske Lauritz.com, her er et link: http://www.lauritz.com/da/auktion/verner-panton-par-bachelor-laenestole-2/i4891971/?auctionId=4963675
January 27, 2018

Chloe: Great idea!!!!
January 27, 2018

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