Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist

Autumn is in the air

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 1 September, 2015

Can't let go of summer

Since I felt more inspired to find new ways to use my already exiting wardrobe during fashion week, I decided to continue with the whole one piece-three looks format! After three looks I need to choose one garment, shoe or accessory from the last look to create three new looks with. But how is this sustainable, you might ask yourself. Well I can’t buy anything new starting today, and it enforces me to work with the wardrobe I have already built.
This week’s chosen piece is my favorite pair of sandals! Today’s look is really a mix of some of my most timeless garments. The peacoat, a classic white shirt, a cable knit and simple black slacks. Pieces that are not only great wardrobe pillars but also oh so comfortable.


Shirt, Ganni. Knit, Boomerang. Jacket, Dagmar. Trousers, Acne Studios. Sandals, ATP.


jenaly: love this. www.inmydreams.ca/
September 4, 2015

terhi: jag älskar iden "one piece three looks". Måste testa den också : )
September 1, 2015

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