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Street style Split city: red coat/ moda na ulicama Splita: crveni kaput

                                                   LADY IN RED

My post today is about street style in Split (my hometown) and more specifically about women in read coats. I love the trend of coloured coats in the winter, red in particular because red is such an eye cather. In addition, red coats are so feminine. Do you agree? I've took the photos this morning and I have to say that I like the look of all the ladies in red. 

Danas idemo ulicama grada Splita i  s vama podijelit ću slike dama u crvenim kaputima. Jako mi se sviđaju kaputi u bojama, pogotovo crveni kaputi jer jednostavno privlače pogled, a i jako su  ženstveni.Slažete li se?  Jutros sam slikala ove slike i moram reći kako mi se sviđa izgled svih ovih dama u crvenom. 


  1. great pictures! I love the lady in the 2nd and 3rd picture...
    Best, Zia

  2. Wonderful! Really! Nice photos, a big kiss my friend! :) <3

  3. Gracias por el comentario que has dejado en mi blog!...qué bonitas fotos publicas!..sigue mi blog, que estaré encantada de recibirte!

  4. great photos :)

    - A.

  5. bonitas fotos!!! feliz navidad!!!<3<3<3

  6. Beautiful pictures! xoxo

  7. Beautiful photos and post!!! thank you so much for your visit!
    I follow you with GFC now! but can not find a bloglovin follower? let me know I would love to following back
    Besos, Marcela♥

  8. I love the one with ruffles on the back! Pretty!

  9. wonderful photos, let's follow each other! x

  10. This post has so unique pictures!!!Totally adore red colour!!!
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark

  11. Hello Ivana,

    your so right. Red is a beautiful fashion colour - but i dont like red cars - isnt that strange...?

    These red coats are stunning.

    Pic 3: i would say to this woman: "please be careful by walking in heels on this stony sidewalk" - i hate such a underground, specially when i wearing heels like that!




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