Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


The shirt dress

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 3 April, 2015

I love the 70's feel to them

My favorite thing to wear on holiday is a simple quite long shirt. When I found this from the very sustainable brand Boomerang. It was love at first sight. Lisa was kind enough to let me borrow her amazing Chloé sunglasses that makes me look like a mix in-between a alien and Iris Apfel. But I love the 70’s feel to them. Might have to find a pair of second hand sunglasses like these ones!

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Shirt dress, Boomerang. Sandals, K.Jacques. Sunglasses, Chloé.
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3 Comments

Shae: Love this shirt dress. It looks amazing on you! Shae @ www.currenthabits.com
April 17, 2015

T: Hvordan er kjolen i størrelsen? :) For en flott blogg du har. Veldig inspirerende og med gode verdier.
April 6, 2015

Sophie van Daniels: Shirt dresses are definitely one of my favorite type of dresses especially in the warmer season. It just gives the outfit a beachy, layed back kind of feeling! Sophie xx http://basicapparel.de
April 3, 2015

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