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Leather dreams....outfit post/ kožni snovi- odjevna kombinacija








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Yesterday it was sunny and windy and all chances are it'll going to be the same today. Leather coat, leather belt, leather boots....You know leather is just perfect for windy weather. Why do you think bikers wear leather jackets? This way I was really cozy and comfortable. To make it a bit more interesting, I wore some fun socks and a greenish mid length skirt (underneath is a yellow tee and a jacket). I'm in Mostar again btw.

Evo me opet iz Splita u Mostar. Ovdje je isto burno i sunčano vrijeme, a savršeno rješenje za vjetar je koža i koža...Što mislite zašto motoristi nose kožne jakne? ....i tako evo me u kožnom kaputu, sa kožnim remenom (kaišom) , kožnom torbom (boršom) i naravno kožnim čizmicama.  Da ne bi bilo dosadno tu su crno bijele čarapice i svijetlo zelena haljina, a ispod je bila i žuta majica (a preko nje jaknica što se ne vidi, žao mi je, ali ja se ne skidam samo zbog fotografiranja).




Comments

  1. I think that for windy weather skin is irreplaceable! I like your coat! you look great! kisses)))
    Diana

    double-ganger.blogspot.com

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  2. Nice outfit! Really perfect for this kind of weather :)

    http://ulianashalaeva.blogspot.ru/

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  3. Really nice:) If you want go to my blog:)
    http://asunshineoffashion.blogspot.it/

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  4. Dobar kaput :) A sesiric jako sladak :) Hvala na komentaru na mom blogu, pratim te sad :)

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  5. very cool coat! I like your rings too!

    -liv
    http://chocolivlovelaugh.blogspot.kr

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  6. You have such an eye when it comes to fashion and style Ivana. I adore this!!!
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  7. love ur nails!


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  8. che bel cappottino!! bacioni

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  9. loving the leather coat so very gorgeous!!
    New post on my style inspiration is up on my blog sweets :)

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  10. I really love your leather coat and scarf! And your nail are perfect!

    Kisses, Lucy :)
    stylewithoutlimits.blogspot.cz

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  11. I love your coat, gorgeous <3

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  12. Love this leather look!!!
    And those nails are really rtsy!
    xoxo

    novelstyle.blogspot.com

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  13. Nice outfit. Your nails are beautiful :)

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  14. beautiful nails!

    XOXO
    Arianna

    http://aryannastyle.blogspot.it/

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  15. Hello Ivana,

    do you come from the Matrix? So, i mean of course the Movie Trilogy. This guys wearing also a Leather coat like you did.

    This thing looks great, but i would change your shoes. In an older post from you, i saw black boots (with a little heel) - they are a perfect match to this coat.
    Maybe you tried it?

    And this big belt, gosh, i love it - my taste!!!

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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    1. thank you dear. Unfortunately, I don't have this coat anymore, but if I had I would follow your advice for sure.

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    2. Oh, to hear that is so bad...;-)

      Bye.

      Jennifer

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