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Nature park Goranci (outfit post)--- Park prirode Goranci (i odjevna kombinacija)

Just few minutes from Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina), there is a small village Goranci that I sometimes visit and photos of which I have shown to you before. However, since recently there is also this lovely nature park there. 

Samo par minuta od Mostara možete pronaći ovaj novouređeni park prirode Goranci. Nedavno su napravili stazicu i pravi park, a otprije je tu (pored parka) i pjesačka/ biciklistička staza.

Dress: New Yorker
Jacket: Azel (BIH outlet store)
Leggings: New Yorker 
Boots: Dr. Martens 
Bag: Borsa (store)


  1. Ciao Ivana, è un posto stupendo, le foto sono bellissime! Sei molto carina!:)

  2. love love love!

  3. Fabulous parc and I love your blue dress sweetie :)

  4. I love to visit that kind of parks :)
    And you chose a very apropriate outfit for it, Ivana!

  5. You are so stylish. This is one great look Ivana. You look fabulous in blue.
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark

  6. Hi dear Ivana, I can imagine that this is a wonderful place and that you enjoyed every second there! And you visit this small village very stylish with your great blue dress, the stylish jacket and your cool boots <3

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

  7. What a beautiful place, how peaceful and picturesque) those photographs are really pretty and you look great in blue) I like your chic and feminine outfit)
    have a great time)

  8. You look great and this a great place too

  9. This place looks absolutely amazing!! Really love that blue colour on you. :)

    Style Without Limits

  10. Loving what you have on sweetie , u r definitely a real fashionista and know how to put together a gorgeous outfit

    Am sharing My step by step hands and nails beauty routine , must see


    P.S. Follow me on insta & i will instantly follow back @nanyslife


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