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Croatian designers...Hrvatski dizajneri

Photographs are from  fashion. hr (croatian fashion site) and  I've selected a few pieces that I think are a really good choice for the summer ( and some of them are on sale, so if any of you have some shopping to do...)

Fotografije su sa fashion hr-a, a izabrala sam par komada za koje mislim da su baš odlični za ljeto (  na popustu su ako netko od vas planira kupovinu...).

No. 1 Alexandar Žarevac




These pants are by Alexandar Žarevac and I find them to be really interesting. They remind me a bit of the Lara Croft and the nineties. I think that they could be styled in many different ways. Stripes are obviously a big trend right now, but this version of them looks original. What do you think?

Ove hlače Alexandra Žarevaca su mi baš zanimljive. Malo me podsjećaju na Laru Croft i devedesete. Mislim da ih se može nositi na više načina. Pruge su očito veliki trend sada, ali ova verzija mi je baš nekako orginalna. Što vi mislite?

No. 3 Aleksandra Dojčević



Aleksandra Dojčević...This is just so lovely! high waist pants I love, especially in the sandy shades. The blouse is so feminine and the pattern is really nice, looks a bit like a cross between polka dots and animal print. Very elegant combination, perfect for almost any occasion.

Ovo je stvarno divno. Uvijek sam voljela hlače visokog struka pogotovo u nekakvim pješčanim nijansama. Bluza je jako ženstvena, a posebno mi se sviđa ovaj uzorak koji je nešto između točkica i životinjskog uzorka. Jako elegantna kombinacija, savršena za skoro svaku prigodu.


No.3 Link by Ogi& Zoran




This white leather jacket is just stunning! I always loved asymmetrical cuts. Perfect choice for a nice summer evening, isn't it?

Ova bijela kožna jakna je jednostavno prekrasna. Uvijek sam voljela asimetrične krojeve. Savršen izbor za ljetnu večer, zar ne?


Comments

  1. That second outfit is really sophisticated :)

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  2. Nice designs! I love the second and third outfit!!
    I mentioned you in my new post! I hope you like ...
    Have a good week, dear Ivana!! and my g+ for you!!!:)))

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  3. wspaniała biała kurtka :)

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  4. Ogi & Zoran are my choice here. Interesting white leather jacket.
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  5. thanks for share with us all these items fro croatinas designers, I encourage you to keep supporting fashion in your country...
    kisses
    www.petitgraphie.blogspot.com

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  6. Love the second one, amazing!x

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  7. The white jacket with the zip is really cool! You have great designers in your country.

    xx from Bavaria, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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  8. Lovely creations ! :)
    White jacket is very pretty :)

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  9. I love all of your choices, especially the second outfit ;), xoxo.

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