Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


INDIAN SUMMER

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 8 September, 2013

Det känns nästan som sommaren har lurat hösten. Så skönt med en riktig indiansommar T-shirt, Back. Kjol, Rodebjer. Sandaler, Nilson shoes. Väska, Balenciaga. Solglasögon, Prada.

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Det känns nästan som sommaren har lurat hösten. Så skönt med en riktig indiansommarDSC02674 copy

T-shirt, Back. Kjol, Rodebjer. Sandaler, Nilson shoes. Väska, Balenciaga. Solglasögon, Prada.


6 Comments

Fröken H: Ja värmen var verkligen härlig! Hoppas den stannar liite till :) modemanifest.blogspot.com
September 11, 2013

Eleonora: I wore green army + white t-shirt some days ago on my blog too!! You look stunning as always...xoxo www.kaleidoscopicmirror.com
September 9, 2013

karin: går det fortfarande att hitta back-tshirten?
September 9, 2013

Josephine: Riktigt snygg outfit, gillar allt!
September 8, 2013

Julia: Visste inte att den kjolen finns i grönt - snyggt! Jag har den i svart :)
September 8, 2013

Julia: Fantastiskt snyggt! Älskar färgmatchningen!!
September 8, 2013

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