Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Chunky knit

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 1 January, 2016

Afternoon surf

I am practically living in this big sustainably produced chunky knit. And it might be the perfect garment to start the new year in. It works great with shorts, over dresses and with my favorite jeans. This Monday we are going to take a walk around town, do some afternoon surf and have dinner at San Diegos number one dumpling restaurant.

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Sweater, Zady. Dress, NLST army.


5 Comments

Carla: I bought the navy one, but now I also want the grey one. Any chance of another sale soon on the chunky sweaters? It's my new fave!
January 7, 2016

Emma Elwin: The are quite over sized! I have a Small but could also go for a XS. It depends on how big you'd like it :)
January 5, 2016

Lisa: Så snygg tröja! Vilken storlek har du i den? Har kollat på deras hemsida men tycker det är svårt att veta med storlekarna. Tack!
January 5, 2016

Aline: Oops! All thumbs UP, I mean :)
January 4, 2016

Aline: All thumbs! Wishing you a Happy New Year! Best wishes, Aline
January 4, 2016

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