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DIY shirt( outfit post)/ dorađena košulja (odjevna kombinacija)

Yesterday I went to visit a few people that live near Mostar and being a perfect spring day I had the chance to admire the mountains and take a few photographs. I wore a DIY shirt that I had hand painted a long time ago and I had also put some buttons on the collar this winter....and that makes me think... The DIY shirt was once actually just a plain white shirt and a part of Wind jet uniform. I worked for Wind jet years ago, well the airline that I worked for worked for them so...and that reminds me (today is my digression day) ...I support the strike of Croatia airlines flight attendants. They already work for practically nothing while the directors and managers (who knows how many of them there are) have high paychecks. It is important that the workers organizes strikes because when they're united the management has no option but to rethink their actions.

Jučer sam posjetila par ljudi koji žive blizu Mostara i s obzirom na to da je bio savršeni proljetni dan mogla sam se diviti planinama i uslikati par fotografija. Nosila sam košulju koju sam doradila, davno sam je oslikala, a mi to nije bilo dovoljno, pa sam ušila još par botuna (gumba) na ovratnik...i to me navelo na razmišljanje. Ta košulja bila je obična bijela košulja i dio uniforme Windjeta za koji sam radila, to jest moja zrakoplovna kompanija je radila za njih, pa tako i ja....i evo druge digresije...Posve podupirem štrajk zrakoplovnih domaćica Croatia airlinesa. Već rade skoro za badava dok pusti menađeri i direktori imaju smiješno visoke plaće, a tko zna i koliko ih ima. Jako je bitno da se radnici organiziraju pa i štrajkom, jer ako su ujedninjeni mogu navesti upravu da preispita svoje odluke. Ne dajte se stevke!

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  1. Great pics and so nice place. Have a nice day and many reasons for a smile.

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  2. Che carina e che meraviglia il posto! Un bacio Ivana!

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  3. amazing DIY :) what a beautiful place :)

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  4. What a picturesque background!!!
    And a shirt of course.
    Talking about politics and economy ,it is for the future. We can exchange opinion some other day.
    Kisses
    Best Dressed Poland

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  5. Che bel posto!

    http://lowbudget-lowcost.blogspot.it/2013/05/be-chic-with-not-effort.html

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  6. Slatka košuljica, mogla bi i poseban post o njoj napraviti ;)

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  7. Gorgeous outfit Ivana, I really love all these combined colors on your DIY shirt.
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  8. Bellissimo posto e mi piace molto la camicia!
    Fabiola

    wildflowergirl
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  9. Super ti je košuljica, baš mi se sviđa :))

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  10. OMG! this photos are amazing...! I´m serious... you look great in all these photos, I love them, and I love to see you on them...
    kisses
    www.petitgraphie.blogspot.com

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  11. gorgeous pictures girl!! u look lovely!!

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  12. Do you live in Croatia? These pictures are stunning, it looks so beautiful (although a little chily). I can't believe you hand painted that blouse, though I really wish we had a close up of the top so we could see the detailed hand painting. You are so talented :) The only thing that I've 'DIY' is turn my mint green pants to lilac as a result of a botched washing machine job haha. Does that count as DIY? :P

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    1. Sure it counts like DIY:)
      Yes I do live in Croatia (Split)but also in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Mostar). I haven't managed to settle down in one place yet. Thank you for stopping by:)

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  13. Dear Ivana, what a wonderful landscape near Mostar! Many thanks that you took these photos for us <3 And the idea with the DIY-Shirt was great, and I also like your cool jacket. Good that you mentioned the strike here because in my opinion this is really a good method to convince and it´s necessary that they earn more money.

    xx from Bavaria, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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    1. thank you dear:) I do agree, sometimes strikes are necessary.

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  14. The diy short and skirt together are perfect, they lengthen your body too, xoxo.

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  15. The shirt is lovable! I like it a lot!
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  16. fantastic place!!!!
    i love DIY!hahaha

    XOXO

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  17. Predivne fotke kao i tvoja kosa :*

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  18. Odlično izgledaš, košuljica je mrak :)

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  19. Hello Ivana,

    your Aston Villa jacket - is this a statement? Are you a soccer fan? I never yet a soccer fan - it´s boring for me. I love US Sport, like NFL - American Football.

    Anyway - this place looks awesome. Cool natural tunnel..;-)

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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    1. I'm not a soccer fan...I borrowed this jacket from my hubbie because I was cold:)

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