Emma Elwin

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by Emma Elwin on 17 October, 2014

Yesterday I was wearing my dungarees and one of my old white shirts . I hope you guys are not getting sick of me only wearing blue jeans in every single picture. It’s actually Stella that’s to blame. I don’t understand how such a small dog can lose so much hair (she’s switching from her […]

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Yesterday I was wearing my dungarees and one of my old white shirts . I hope you guys are not getting sick of me only wearing blue jeans in every single picture. It’s actually Stella that’s to blame. I don’t understand how such a small dog can lose so much hair (she’s switching from her summer fur to her winter fur) which doesn’t make any sense to me. Shouldn’t one want to keep all the fur you could for winter??

Shirt, Boomerang. Dungarees, Topshop. Coat, Lindex.


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Dorothea: I have a pug-beagle (puggle) dog and I can build another dog from the hair he is loosing at the moment. Every year I wonder why he is doing it when it is getting colder.... By the way congrats to your new blog/business – I felt there was always a big need for a blog you are doing right now. Because life is not about to have a new IT bag every month. Keep doing it! Thank you.
October 17, 2014

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