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Bez Trećega/ Without the third (person)...



Yesterday I went to see a wonder play  here in Mostar. It was performed by guest actors from Zadar and their performance was outstanding. Without Third by Milan Begović is a play that questions relationship between a man and a women. As the play says, for jealously just as for love, two is enough...the third is not needed. Even without just cause, jealousy can appear... Milan Begović is one of my favourite writers because he is so good at understanding the soul of a women. Below you can see what I had worn.

Jučer sam bila na divnoj predstavi ovdje u Mostaru. Bez Trećega, drama  Milana Begovića zasjala je u punom sjaju u izvedbi glumaca iz HNK Zadar. Kao što drama kaže, za ljubomoru kao i za ljubav dvoje je dovoljno...treći nije potreban. Čak i kada nema povoda za ljubomoru, ona se može pojaviti. Milan Begović jedan mi je od najdražih pisaca jer tako dobro razumije dušu žene.  Ispod možete vidjeti što sam nosila.



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  1. great post
    lovely dress
    xx
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  2. That look is absolutely stunning
    xoxo
    www,welovefur.com

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  3. The dress looks marvellous. Glad you enjoyed the play <3

    xx

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  4. A perfect dress for the occasion.I always wear black to the theatre.
    I love theatre!!!!
    regards
    Best Dressed Poland

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  5. great post :)love your blog, would you like to follow eachother? why dont you follow me through gfc and blog lovin and let me know :) ill definitely follow back!

    xx Jeeshan
    www.beautydosage.com

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  6. so lovely dress :)

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  7. i ja jako volim Begovića, njegov Pustolov pred vratima mi je jedan od najdražih dramskih tekstova :)

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  8. I looks good! and your dres... is amazing!
    kisses pretty!

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  9. That dress is so pretty! Its perfect for the theater:)
    You look ravishing as always!
    Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog hun..
    Best, Zia
    http://tisallaboutthefashion.blogspot.in/

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  10. such a beautiful dress
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  11. Simply stunning! Very classy outfit Ιvana.And i am glad you enjoyed the play.
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  12. Non conoscevo questa piece! Bellissimo il tuo vestito!
    Fabiola

    wildflowergirl
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    1. grazie:)è un peccato che la letteratura dei piccoli paesi non è mai conosciuta.

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  13. Now i can write you sth more about theatre.
    Don`t you think that the theatre has been becoming a little like a soap opera.
    Is it financial reason? To attract bigger audience?For me the theatre is to make me think,to get me confused in some aspects.It is harder and harder to find this kind of satisfaction but I keep waiting
    All the best
    BDP

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    1. I agree...theatre should be about Art and never resemble a soap opera!

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  14. You look absolutely amazing in that dress!

    Edita
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  15. Stai molto bene, vestito adatto alla serata!


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  16. Love the dress you wore, the play sounds really interesting too, xoxo.

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  17. Odlična drama :)Jer to ona divna zelena haljina? Divno izgledaš, baš vau :)Divna :)

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  18. Wonderful dress, you are very pretty :)

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  19. Hello Ivana,

    interessting...

    I think you worn the perfect Outfit for this evening. The dress looks great, maybe a belt was an nice accessory on it.

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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    1. I like this dress...I must remember to wear it again.

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