Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Brown corduroy and embroidered shirt

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 23 September, 2015

The most important thing

The trosers I choose for this weeks one piece three looks are designed by one of my favorite designers Margaret Howell. I think this quote of hers describes her aesthetics pretty well.

“I suppose I’m just getting on making clothes for people to wear. That’s the most important thing.”

 

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Shirt, Hus-hus. Trousers, Margaret Howell. Shoes, Vans.


2 Comments

Jóna: Hello Emma I love to follow your style, and that you use things in different ways, not just new new new... Those brown trousers look very nice to your hair, almost same colour!
September 24, 2015

Elin: Hej Emma! Jag har följt dig otroligt länge för jag uppskattar din stil. För 2 år sedan lade du upp ett inlägg om dokumentären: get vegucated. Jag såg den och har sedan dess inte ätit kött. Idag tar jag steget vidare till ett veganskt liv. Tack för tipset Emma! Jag vill samtidigt passa på att tipsa dig om dokumentären cowspiracy. Mycket om miljö och kosthållning. Hälsningar från en trogen följare
September 23, 2015

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