Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist

Indigo and linen

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by Emma Elwin on 25 March, 2015

This is what I will wear this summer in Stockholm's archipelago

The wind truly is vicious, the sand is everywhere and the sun only shows her pretty face in the afternoon in Famara. Still I love it here! Today I only got 10 minutes of surf but it is still enough to make my stomach make a somersault. Today I even had the chance of using my shorts that the optimistic part of me brought along. The shirt is a new favorite of mine. Indigo and linen – two things that a great on their own but amazing put together. This is what I will wear this summer in Stockholm’s archipelago.

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Shirt, Boomerang. Jeansshorts, Beyond Retro. Watch, Vintage Rolex. 

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March 26, 2015

Jessika: Hej Emma, När jag vill pinna en bild från dina inlägg på pinterest så väljs det en (av ofta 3) bild automatiskt. Oftast är det inte just den bilden jag vill ha och då struntar jag i att pinna den istället. Finns det något sätt att ändra det på? Jag tänker att ni så klart vill att era bilder och inlägg ska spridas så mycket som möjligt och det här kanske är ett simpelt sätt för att fler ska välja att göra det.
March 26, 2015

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