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one location, two outfits / jedno mjesto, dvije odjevne kombinacije

It has been only a few days since the temperatures have been as high as 40 degrees and all it took was a little for temperatures to suddenly drop...and  for me to finally smell the autumn in the air. Browsing trough some old photos, I have realized that this probably a good time for another "one outfit, two locations post".  This eco village near Međugorje is still  under under construction as it was months ago when I posted about it.

As for outfits, they were both worn on sunny days, just one of those sunny days happened to be during winter.  I liked the contrast between the summer hat and  woolen beanie...makes me think of passing time...and of things that have changed in the meantime.

Nije dugo prošlo od kada su temerature dosezale 40, a potrebno je bilo samo malo kiše da bi se naglo snizile...i da konačno osjetim jesen u zraku. Pregledavajuće stare fotografije, pala mi je na ideja da napravim još jedan-jedno mjesto, dvije odjevne kombinacije- tip posta. Ovo eko selo je još u izgradnji kao što je bilo i prije par mjeseci kada sam pisala o njemu.

Što se tiče odjeće, obje su odjevne kombinacije bile za sunčani dan, samo je jedan bio zimi. Sviđa mi se kontrast između ljetnog šešira i pletene kapice...navodi me na razmišljanje o vremenu koje je prošlo...i o stvarima koje su promjenile u međuvremenu.


  1. This location is amazing! So poetic and wonderful! And you.. oh, you are beautiful in both outfits!! <3 I'm proud to have you as an important friend!! :D <3 Love and kisses, have a great week end dear!

  2. Really cool post :)
    And I thought that the contrast between both outfits is really interesting too!

  3. Lovely post and thank you so much for your lovely comments over at mine. Don't be a stranger; come visit us again ;-)

  4. One location, two lovely outfits. I sort of like the pants look more than I do the dress look, but you look great in both outfits.

  5. Divne fotke! Svidja mi se crna haljina, divna ljetna atmosfera :)

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  6. Amazing! Love it :)

    Happy Weekend!

  7. very nice post, i love the location.
    your outfits are very nice, i prefer your dress with the hat
    have a nice day

  8. Odličan post! Mnogo mi se sviđa kako si pomešala slike, divna ideja, i naravno mesto i odevene kombinacije! :)

  9. I love that place, I love both outfits, but I definetely have a favorite one, and that's the one with the brown pants, OMG! you look great in that outfit, the boots, the coat, gorgeous, so gorgeous...!

  10. This is a great idea, dear Ivana, I like it really how you show your seasonal outfits on different seasons on the same locations! Your summer outfit with the black dress and the hat and the scarf is so pretty and your winter outfit with the warm cap remembers me really that autuum is indeed near.

    And yes, I agree, old photos show us really how time goes by and how things have changed ...

    Wish you a happy weekend!

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

  11. Bellisisma location! Mi piacciono entrambi i look!

  12. Che belle queste foto!! Stai benissimo!!
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  13. I really like the second, more wintery outfit. Really well combined!

  14. Belli entrambi i look e che bel posticino!

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  15. Oh my, the weather is really suprising us sometimes! I hate when the temperature is flapping and it really disturbs me. These pictures look amazing on the contrast) Wonderful, picturesque place as well, you live in a really beautiful area!)
    Wish you a blessed day ahead, dear Ivana!

  16. Both outfits are gorgeous and that is such a lovely location!

  17. What a great idea. To show the same place with two different outfits in two different seasons.
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  18. Obje su mi forica, ali crna mi je haljina mi je famozna... i da, ideja posta ti je super :-)


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