Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


Tofu and Black

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 10 March, 2017

I’m so happy for the warm welcome that the collection I made for the maternity brand Boob has gotten from all over the world! It feels crazy and overwhelming, and I’m so happy that people seem to like it. Today I’m wearing the t-shirt and trousers from the collection.
Tomorrow I’m off to a new second hand furniture store that’s opened here in Stockholm, and will let you now if it’s any good. This weekend I would also love to learn how to make that palm leaf thing in the picture above. Anyone here who knows how to make them?
Happy Friday to you all!

T-shirt and trousers, Emma Elwin x Boob.

2 Comments

Maria: Will there be more convertible tunics? They were sold out so quickly, did not manage to buy one...
March 18, 2017

Lisa: Vill så gärna ha byxorna i S, tror du det kommer påfyllning? :)) supersnygga!
March 11, 2017

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