Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


New years & Midsummer

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by Emma Elwin on 27 January, 2015

Just my luck to get sick the same week as Stockholm fashion week. Lying here in bed made me think about summer and how I can’t wait for it get warmer. I found this dress in a vintage store in Costa rica and I wore it on New Years eve. I love the fact that I’ll […]

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Just my luck to get sick the same week as Stockholm fashion week. Lying here in bed made me think about summer and how I can’t wait for it get warmer. I found this dress in a vintage store in Costa rica and I wore it on New Years eve. I love the fact that I’ll probably wear it on midsummer too!

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Dress, vintage Hunkydory. 


3 Comments

emma: Hoppas den funkar nu! :)
January 28, 2015

emma: http://makeitlast.se/2014/09/30/ask-the-expert/
January 28, 2015

anna: Underbart! Älskar alla dina outfits :) Men länken du lade upp härom dagen till en artikel (om att inte falla i trendfällan..) funkade inte. Snälla lägg upp den igen. Blev så nyfiken på att läsa.
January 27, 2015

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