Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Seventies

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 22 January, 2015

Emma tries to avoid trends.

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Jacket, H&M. 

I truly try to avoid trends which over all is pretty easy. Until one of my favorite decades are the inspiration for the season. I have a weakness for the 60s and 70s. This spring the seventies is a true hot potato in the fashion world. And I just want everything 70’s I see. When this happens I try to remember what I read in this article. Also, the best seventies cloths are the garments that actually are from the 70s! This weekend I’m taking myself on a vintage hunt!


1 Comment

Malin: Hej Emma! Du har sån inspirerande blogg och jag har läst den i många år nu. En fråga till dig är om ni har behov av någon "personal" eller assistent som kan hjälpa till med allt möjligt. Jag skulle gärna vilja vara med och jobba, utvecklas och lära mig mer om kläder, mode, inköp, handel och jag är väldigt intresserad av naturligt/ekologiskt leverne. Hoppas detta kan vara någonting, det var ju en stor chansning. Kram Malin!
January 22, 2015

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