Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Unriddle the code

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 20 November, 2016

The surprising colour that is perfect for hiding baby puke

Organic alpaca wool sweater, Maska. Jeans, Filippa k.
Stella is shredding like a broken furby and Dylan is un-eating his food non stop all over my clothes. Dressing for a day with these two have been easier. But today I think I unriddled the code. Off white from top to toe! It hides baby vomit and pug hair perfectly. 367a5241Organic cotton body, Cubus.


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Tone: Hei Emma, bare en liten heads-up. Jeg er mamma til en liten gutt på 1 år som stort sett gulpet like mye som han spiste det første halve året. Ble mye hvite t-shirt her, men oppdaget etter hvert at gallesyre (er norsk, men gallsyra?) blir sittende selv etter vask og blir til store gule merker på tøyet som ikke synes før etter noen uker! Man kan få bort mye med galltvål fra Clas Ohlson eller med sitronsåpe. Legge tøyet ut i solen så flekkene bleker funker også til en viss grad. Men, pass på yndlingsplaggene!
November 24, 2016

Emma Elwin: Yeah when he starts eating real food I might go back to black!
November 23, 2016

Maria: My baby eat and throw up a lot of carrot, sweet potato and tomatpuré...
November 22, 2016

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