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Outfit of the day / današnja odjevna kombinacija


  1. Che bella! Mi piace molto il cappotto!

  2. This coat looks great, and so do you. This is a lovely setting as well.

  3. Kako je lep kaput, baš mi treba tako lepa svetla mint boja :)

  4. Hey :)
    Your blog is really great-i love it so much. Maybe you're interested in following each other ? I would love it ❤ Pls let me know in a comment on my blog
    kisses, Anna ♥

  5. Beautiful lookl!!!
    ❊#ª“˜¨ ᴺᴵᴳᴴᵀ﹗
    Feliz Navidad y Próspero Año Nuevo 2014, querida Ivana!!!
    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

  6. Gorgeous beautiful coat. The colour is so stunning!

  7. You look really great in this mint coat, it matches your skin and hair so nicely) wonderful pictures,the sky looks so blue and high, like the spring has already come)

    1. Thank you. When it is so sunny I also have a feeling like the spring is here, especially when the sparrows are singing.

  8. This coat is really nice, I love the mint color too.
    you look great Ivana :)


  9. The coat is lovely, I like very much the second photo.
    Happy holidays Ivana.
    You are invited on my International Giveaway

  10. Odlican kaput i super cizmice <3

  11. You are beautiful Ivana ! So elegant ! This coat is perfect, love this color :)

  12. Major fashion crush. I love your look honey!
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark

  13. Prelep kaput! divno ti boja stoji

  14. This coat looks very elegance, the colour as well. But there are 2 things i would chance:

    1. please wear a other belt. this thin belt looks "lost" on you. Take a big/wide belt or wear it without a belt.

    2. your black opaque tights are a little boring. i would love to see you in pattern tights in combo to your coat. i would maybe wear bordeaux tights (with a nice pattern) - the colour of your handbag. i think that would work.

    Your thoughts?



    1. I think this was the only time I wore it with this thin belt and I kind of liked it but I think it looks best without a belt. I still have this coat so I will consider wearing it with a wide belt.

      Your idea to wear a patterend tights with this soft blue coat is great. I think I will try it soon.


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