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blue blouse (outfit post) plava bluza( odjevna kombinacija)

I just love second hand shops. It is an easy way to be original because the chance is that you'll be the only one wearing that item of clothing. In addition, they're not limited to the "in stuff" but have a larger variety of choice. This blue blouse sure did come in handy lots of times...and you have seen it a few times on my blog...On other note, it's raining non stop here in Mostar so this is one of those "before the rain outfits".xoxo
Dragi su mi dućani u kojima se kupuje roba iz druge ruke. Nekako je kao biti originalan kad to što tamo kupite vjerovatno nitko nema. Također, nisu ograničeni na ono što je trenutno u modi već je izbor veći što se tiče materijala i krojeva.... Ova plava bluza mi je često bila više nego dobrodošla, nekako lako ide u sve pa ste je već vidjeli nekoliko puta na blogu. Usput u Mostaru pada kiša pa je ovo naravno jedna starija kombinacija, prije kišnih dana...

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  1. Sviđa mi se uzorak na bluzi :) i ovdje inače pada kiša, i hladno je :(

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  2. Great outfit

    New post on the blog:
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  3. Hello sweetheart! you are looking so stylish as always!!Thank you so much for your comments,mnany many kisses!
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  4. Love your geometric blouse ! Adore!

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  5. Che carinala camicia! Mi piace molto anche la borsa! Un bacio!

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  6. piekna bluzka :)

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  7. Fabulous blouse, you are very chic :)

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  8. Bas zgodna bluza i svidja mi se kroj traperica :-)

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  9. Wow, that blue blouse is absolutely gorgeous! I LOVE how you styled this whole look from head to toe!

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  10. You look elegant:) Nice post, well done!
    Have a great time!

    Best wishes, Alexandra
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  11. You look great. Nice bouse and pattern. Have a great day.

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  12. Love the top...so pretty. Love second hand shops too :)) You look wonderful xx

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  13. cute room! that's amazing!!thanks for sharing and post!
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    Pls leave a message if u follow me , i will follow back soon~ lol

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  14. Che bel look, molto bella la blusa!

    http://lowbudget-lowcost.blogspot.it/2013/05/when-you-have-to-travel-for-hours.html

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  15. You're so right about second hand shops!! ;-)
    You're blouse is great!!
    xoxo
    Patricia

    http://misstoptenimage.blogspot.com

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  16. You look great and have such a nice attitude to the world.
    Best Dressed Poland

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  17. Love the geometric design on your top! Very glam and chic look (:

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  18. Beautiful look, Ivana!!!:)))
    Besos, Marcela♥

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  19. Hello IVana,

    second hand shops? Why not. If quality and price are ok, then i buy things too in an shop like this. Your blouse are interessting...

    Your nail polish "dazzle" me...;-)

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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