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DIY leggings + 2 outfits post/ detalj na tajicama (gegama/helankama) i dvije odjevne kombinacije post

 What follows is a low cost DIY. I realized that all of my leggings are black and hence boring (unlike my stockings but about my obsession with colourful stockings some other time).  I decided I'll take a pair of leggings and make them fun. Easy said (and in this case), easy done.  I just added some colourful buttons on them and that's it.
Slijedi jedan vrlo povoljan način ( za većinu nas i besplatan) za ukrašavanje gega ( tajica ili helanki kako tko već kaže), jednostavno ušijte dugmad (botune kako bi ja rekla) na njih. Eto lako reći, a u ovom slučaju i lako uraditi. Sigurna sam kako imate sve što trebate kući.

  I've been kind of busy so I  haven't planed to take an outfit photo  but I ran into a friend in a store (Peko Slovenian shoe brand), so she took a photo of me with my nephew.  I think you can see the DIY leggings pretty well, it's not an outfit post kind of photo but it's the best I can do. She said the leggings now look very 80ties. Do you like 80ties? I love them:)

Malo sam zauzeta pa nisam planirala post s odjevnom kombinacijom  uopće ovih dana, ali eto naletila sam jučer na prijateljicu u Peku pa me ona slikala s nećakom, a na ovoj fotografiji poprilično dobro možete vidjeti gege u pitanju:)  Rekla mi je da su sada ove gege u stilu osamdesetih. Sviđaju li vam se osamdesete? Ja ih obožavam.



I ended up buying one pair of shoes. I see trends as inspiration, not something that must be followed. I don't care if these shoes are in or not. I like them, there's something very  classical about them...and I paid  only 8 euros for them.

Na kraju sam kupila jedan par cipela u Peka. Meni su trendovi nadahnuće, ne nešto što se mora slijediti. Volim špicoke i baš me briga jesu li u modi ili ne, sviđaju mi se, a mislim da izgledaju jako klasično i platila sam ih samo pedeset kuna.


My sister in law took this photo about an hour ago. My nephew looks a bit angry, it may be because he is not the one taking the photos. He's probably thinking something like...mum give me the camera!

The quality of photos isn't perfect but considering that I was in a hurry and that I don't have a photoshop...Have a nice day! 

Nevjesta me maloprije slikala, nećak izgleda malo ljut možda zato što on nije taj koji drži fotoaparat...Vjerovatno se misli u sebi, mama daj mi aparat! 

Nije neka kvaliteta fotografija, ali bila sam u žurbi i nemam photoshop, pa eto...Ugodan vam dan želim!




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  1. So minimalistic and lovely!
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  2. I like very much your leggings! You've got a good idea! :D And your nephew is so cute... even if he's a bit angry :D <3 A big kiss and a hug! :)

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  3. ohhh you look lovely :) Have a nice day :)

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  4. You look super duper cute sweetie ,

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  5. Bellissimi leggings!!!! :)
    Kisses
    Francy&Stef
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  6. Lovely outfit. I love the DIY leggings they look fabulous. So creative.

    Lindsey. x
    www.elegant-chaos.blogspot.com

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  7. Aww, his face is so cute and I love that you did a DIY of leggings. It's so clever and something I've never thought of. Great post

    xoDale
    http://www.savvyspice.com/

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  8. My dear Ivana, you are so talented! I have the utmost respect to those who can make (their own) and wear fashion. I bet the feeling is so great being able to wear something you made your own.. well, me, I can hardly sew a button!

    Kisses from Dubai!
    MRS JACK OF ALL TRADES DAILY
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  9. so sweet and beautiful photos!!!!!!!!
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  10. Oh, I love these buttons! Looks cute and yes, I love 80s too!

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  11. Such a lovely pics! love your leggings!
    xx
    quiestinquiestout

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  12. DIY is such a great idea. I just never have time ;) Good job :)

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  13. I like your buttons idea! Your shoes are really nice but I have to admit the last picture is my favorite, so sweet and cute!!! xoxo.

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  14. Lovely shoes!

    -Vogue&Heels
    vogueandheels.wordpress.com

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  15. cute DIY project. i like it :)

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  16. Hello Ivana,

    i´m also boring about black Leggings. I love Leggings at all and i have a few in black, but i wished there were other colours too. In Stores where i go shopping, i see all the time mostly Leggings in black - only on the Internet there are many others, but i dont like online shopping.

    Fortunately i found a gold-looking Leggings - you can see it here: http://jennifer-femininundmodisch.blogspot.de/2014/07/goldige-jennifer-leggings-yeeeaaaahhhh.html
    But this kind of Leggings are not for daily-outdoor use - i think they "scream" i little bit to loud...;-)

    Gosh, 8€ for these cool Pumps - i would they buy as well!!! Yes this classic style looks great.

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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