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What does a woman want? (outfit post)/ Što žena želi? (odjevna kombinacija)

"The great question that has never been answered, and which I have not yet been able to answer, despite my thirty years of research into the feminine soul, is what a women wants?" Sigmund Freud

When I had read one voluminous book (the one about dreams) by our dear Freud , what I enjoyed most about it was the way he mind works. He was as curious as a little child and I think that is a good quality to have. We should be hungry for knowledge, for life and for love.

Therefore, perhaps it is a good thing that we women are sometimes mysterious or even that we want so many things. We are complex creature and there is nothing wrong with that...never let alone tell you there is. xoxo


  1. Beautiful pictures!
    I just came across your blog and loved it, now following.

    Xo, Elsa
    Mix and Match the F word

  2. really cool look!! love it!! wanna follow on FB?

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  3. such a great outfit! you look amazing!

  4. I loved this insightful post. I think that hunger for knowledge is a very good quality indeed!
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  5. Che carina Ivana! LE foto sono stupende! Noi donne vogliamo troppe cose nella vita e cambiamo sempre opinione al riguardo!:P Un bacio!

  6. Yes, this is always the question - and sometime I even don´t know what I want for myself :)

    Great pictures, dear Ivana, you life indeed in a wonderful town and your outfit fits perfect to the locations <3

    xx from Bavaria, Rena

  7. Odlicna mi je suknja i genijalno mi je kako si zavezala ovu majicu da izgleda kao croped top... odlicna :-)

  8. Divna kombinacija i divna lokacija! :)

  9. I love your blog :)

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  10. Great quote honey, I like the backgrounds imagines too ;). I nominated you in a tag

  11. Wow that is such a cute top, fun print! You look great in maxi skirt.


  12. Simply stunning! Very classy outfit Ivana!
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark

  13. Great post sweetie, you look stunning, can i borrow your yellow top?

  14. Wow, I would liek to be there tooo. xaxa.

  15. You look wonderful dear!!! love your maxi and shoes. and that place looks awesome.

    Style Without Limits

  16. Nice pictures!
    You're right, us women are really complex xD

  17. These are gorgeous pictures, they have a refreshing feeling. And I agree, we are complex creatures and want different things and we shouldn't listen to those who try to tell us otherwise! xx

  18. beautiful!:)

  19. I don't even know what I want! Haha we are complicated indeed. Anyway, you look adorable. You make that airplane look so ladylike somehow. I'm following you on Bloglovin' now!

    May the Force be with you.

  20. Lovely bag, dear!

  21. Hello Ivana,

    i cant answer your question. But from my point of view i can you say: i just want to be a woman! Born as a guy, but my feelings are very feminity. To life as a female is maybe not alwyas the best, but i love this feeling to be a woman. I need not a body of a female, i´m happy with mine - disguised with female clothings - i love that.

    So, "what do i want as a woman?" - Hmm, hard to answer. I would say: just living...



    P.S.: have you actually found what you want as a woman?

    1. No, I haven't found it yet.
      From my perspective, I can say that feminine clothes fit you very well. I think that society sometimes critizes everything that is feminine. Often women wearing feminine clothes get taken less seriously and there are also people who don't understand men wearing female clothes...but I understand it.


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