Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


A year ago

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by Emma Elwin on 7 November, 2016

Drinking liters of coffee in knitted sweatpants.

Sweater, Lisa Yang. Trousers, Stella McCartney.
This picture is from a year ago at our office. Just a few days later I was going to find out that we were going to have a baby. Crazy that I did not know that Dylan was chilling in my belly at this time. We were both quite surprised when we found out, funny enough we found out about Dylan sitting at that very table in the picture. We had a week when our apartment was being renovated so we spent some time cooking dinner at my office. I really miss the office, even if I love being home with Dylan, some days it would be so lovely just to sit at my desk drinking liters of coffee and chatting with all the wonderful women that we share our office with.

Since we moved, these days I try to switch from my pyjamas to real clothes in the mornings. And this is one of my favorite looks this time of year, knit trousers, a fine-knit sweater and sneakers. Almost my everyday uniform nowadays.


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