Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Sky blue shirt

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 9 February, 2016

Super wrinkly

My mother has always been ironing our clothes, pretty much everything got ironed. A gene she did not pass on to me. Since leaving home I have used my iron maybe teen times? I don’t even have a ironing board. I try to spray the shirt with water the day before I use it or I just wear it super wrinkly. I don’t mind a few wrinkles, I think I prefer them. I don’t really know why people are so much against a few wrinkles, both when it comes to skin and clothes?

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Shirt, Gant rugger. Jeans, Acne Studio.


3 Comments

Martina: Håller verkligen med! Skrynkliga kläder ger hela outfiten mer karaktär. Kommer aldrig glömma den underbara outfiten Ashley Olsen bar 2011, en blå skrynklig skjorta med denim blå boyfriend jeans. http://martinallindberg.blogspot.com/
February 15, 2016

Christine: Hej Emma! Det vore kul att få se lite mer av ditt hem! Du verkar ha en fin och enkel stil!
February 11, 2016

Bea: Så fräsch look Emma! Och ja håller med, släpp skrynklorna fria!
February 9, 2016

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