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New DIY tartan scarf/ novi šal

“A mind is like a parachute. It doesn't work if it is not open.” - Frank Zappa

" You have to have an open mind. If you're not enjoying it, don't do it. Life's too short."- Debbie Meyer

My new tartan scarf was actually something else originally. Can you guess what? A tablecloth, believe it or not. It is wonderful what you can find if you keep an open mind.

Moj je novi karirani šal zapravo bio zamišljen kao nešto nešto drugo. Možete li pogoditi što? Stolnjak, vjerovali ili ne. Divno je što možete pronaći ako ste otvorenih pogleda:)

cap (no brand), coat: Tallyweijl, jeans (no brand), shoes: nosens
location: Hum (hill overlooking Mostar city)


  1. Love that scarf ;) and that coat!
    Amazing place too..
    Best, Zia

  2. It's a beautiful scarf now..gorgeous!! What a great place too, lovely view. Have a super weekend doll xx

  3. I love the scarf, you look beautiful with thath view behind... I really like your post and photos, I always do

  4. Really perfect outfit. So great scarf
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  5. Uvodni citati o otvorenom umu i na kraju iznenađenje da je šal trebao biti stolnjak, odlično! Drago mi je što je završio kao šal jer izgleda super, prava izraelka (marama)!

  6. Magnifiche queste foto! Caterina

  7. Pretty pics!!

  8. Una tovaglia per il tavolo?? Non ci credo! Fantastica, Zappa ha ragione!! Belle queste foto ;)

    New post on lowbudget-lowcost Fashion Blog

  9. wow that is an amazing view from there and you look so happy and lovely!
    cute scarf and hat!

  10. I would never have guessed it was a tablecloth, the photos are spectacular, xoxo.

  11. Are you serious? A tablecloth?
    What a great idea Ivana :D

  12. Sei stata molto creativa, incredible sia una tovaglia! Un bacio Ivana!

  13. Amazing photos. I can't believe it was a tablecloth, that is impressive.

  14. supe je taj sal (stolnjak) :D

  15. Stolnjak, ozbiljno? Ne bi nikad pogodila, baš sam se iznenadila :)) super su mi boje!

  16. gosh, that building (pic 3) is hhhhuuuuggggeeee....




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