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Rainy Sunday in Split/ kišna nedjelja u Splitu


I was thinking of doing a February recap, but I realized that there are still outfits from last month that I haven't had the chance to post. This is one of them. The photos were taken (with a cell) last Sunday on the beach Žnjan, in my homecity Split, Croatia. It was a rainy Sunday, but you won't see me misssing a chance for a walk near the sea.

Palo mi je napamet napraviti sažetak veljače, ali onda sam shvatila da nisam ni objavila sve odjevne kombinacije, pa evo jedne od njih. Fotografije su slikane (sa mobitelom) na plaži Žnjan, u Splitu. Bila je to kišna nedjelja kao što možete vidjeti, ali šetnju uz more ne propuštam.










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  1. Adoriamo il mare!!! Bellissime foto!!
    Kisses
    Francy&Stef
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  2. divne fotografije =) hvala draga na komentaru =) pratim te xx

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  3. Oh volim more! Cool slikice!

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  5. White coat is something heavenly:)
    Just like a place around.
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  6. Rain is an uncomfortable friend to take pictures!!
    xoxo
    Patricia

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  7. Here in Athens is also rainning. Great pics by the way.
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
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  8. Bella la tua camicia e che bello questo posto!


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  9. Wow I love this place, it's so nice and relaxing :)))

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  10. Kako lipo izgleda ovako prazna plaža i po oblačnom vremenu, baš mi se sviđa :D

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  11. I had would be a harm if you hadn´t posted this cool photos! Like the see and your coat :)

    xx
    Rena
    http://dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de/

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  12. It is also rainning here in Mytiline my dear Ivana,lovely photos!
    http://shoppingtherapy153.blogspot.gr/

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  13. Jaaako ti zavidim na moru, pa cak i po kisnom danu!! Jedva cekam da mu se vratim...
    Ljubim,

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  14. Your homecity is very beautiful Ivana.... Lucky you. I am so craving for sea now. Must visit asap.
    And that coat is fantastic.


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  15. That happens to me also, I acumlate outfits photos some times... this place is wonderful dear, I loved it!
    www.petitgraphie.blogspot.com

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  16. Oooo, I like Split and I was there before some yoers. I love Croatia and Istria.. Have a nice monday.

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  17. Gledam slikice i već s nostalgijom priželjkujem ljeto =D

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  18. Love, love, love!!!

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    personal style and fashion musings of a LA fashion lawyer living life in the fab lane!

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  19. That is such a beautiful area!! Wow!
    -Jamie
    ChatterBlossom

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  20. Lovely place and your blouse is very pretty :)

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