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April recap/ Sažetak travnja



















April has been good to me I have to say...it has always been a special months for me perhaps because I was born in it...The spring has been acting out now and then, but it made fashion decisions more interesting, right? On overall it has been such a beautiful month.

Travanj je za mene bio divan, a to mi je inače poseban mjesec (možda) jer sam u njemu rođena. Vrijeme je bilo malo ludo, ali su zato modne odluke bile zanimljive. Neki od nas imali su ispriku za odgoditi proljetno čišćenje ormara...Sve u svemu, sjajan mjesec.

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  1. Gorgeous array of photos, love the last one :) I hope the new month will bring you even more adventures and great times xx

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  2. Looks like the month of april was so fun and adventures for you! Great photos :)

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  3. La mia foto preferita è la prima, il look invece quello con cappello e vestito beige!
    Fabiola

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  4. You are so a beauty! I adore, shall we follow? let me know XSE
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  5. Lovely pictures, glad to know you enjoyed your april! (:

    xoxo
    Dipika
    www.dipikasyngai.blogspot.com

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  6. Nıce outfıts my dear, you look so vivid and pretty! Thanks for sharing such a nice post!
    Have a happy time!

    Best wishes, Alexandra
    www.svetusvet.blogspot.com

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  7. wspaniałe zdjęcia :) jesteś piękna :)

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  8. Great recap!


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  9. Amazing pics! So beautiful:)

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  10. It was a really good time for you.
    You will come back with pleasure.
    I wish it will last forever.
    Best Dressed Poland

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  11. So many beautiful pics...and what about that red shirt ? It's adorable and it suits you so well =) Kisses

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  12. I really like that outfit with the blouse and pleated skirt :)
    xx
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  13. so many great outfits darling! i can´t decide which one i like most! well maybe that green one with green jacket and green black checked skirt! amazing!
    love and kiss,mary
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  14. Great recap, so many memories for you! xoxo.

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  15. Great photos ;)
    You have nice blog, good job :D

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  16. Great recap Diana. You look amazing in all of them.
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  17. I looks really like you had a great month, dear Ivana, and for me this is an absolutely positive sign because it´s the month of your birthday. And maybe you believe what we say that the rest of the year becomes equal to the month of birth :)

    You look really beautiful on each picture and happy <3

    Wish you a great May and rest of the year, too!

    xx from Bavaria, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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