Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Tie me up tie me down

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by Emma Elwin on 9 February, 2015

I can only quote Neada when it comes to scarves. “How to wrap? Where to knot ? Why is this thing flapping in my face?!?” But getting inspired by my friends I just couldn’t resist trying it at home the other day. The scarf stayed on for five minutes tops. I know that my editor Jonna is also […]

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I can only quote Neada when it comes to scarves. “How to wrap? Where to knot ? Why is this thing flapping in my face?!?” But getting inspired by my friends I just couldn’t resist trying it at home the other day. The scarf stayed on for five minutes tops. I know that my editor Jonna is also struggling with this misery accessory. How do you guys feel about scarves?


3 Comments

M.: Oh, I love them, think they are perfect accessory. I own from vintage to designers ... pattern, sequins, glitter, silk anything goes : ) Here my last - red vintage with masks patterns: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/541065342708028136/
February 22, 2015

Christine: I wear one everyday, big chunky wool for winter, my favorite thing!
February 9, 2015

Lan: I love it! In fact I seldom leave the flat without a scarves. I have plenty and its a perfect way of pimping an otherwise quite ordinary outfit. Scarves in nice fabrics (silk, wool etc) with good quality (last for ever) is preferable found in second hand shops, rather than buying new, often in syntetic materials.
February 9, 2015

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