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Last fashion illustrations of the month/ Posljednje modne ilustracije ovog mjeseca

Thank God it is Friday! I'm not only looking forward to this weekend, I desperately need it! Before I get to that, I'm sharing my final fashion illustration for this month. 

 Hvala Bogu što je danas petak! Nije da se samo veselim vikendu, već mi je stvarno potreban. Prije nego što se pozabavim time, podijeliti ću sa vama posljednje modne ilustracije za ovaj mjesec.
in anticipation of warmer days/ u isčekivanju toplijih dana

dark green/blue

purple and green

long coat
comic book inspired 



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  1. I desperately need this weekend too :p
    Love the top from the first illustration!

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  2. Adoro il primo schizzo! Caterina www.imieioutfit.blogspot.com

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  3. Green, violet and white are my favourite colours and the first drawing is amazing!! I want that dress! :D I need a weekend of relax too.. Kisses, my sweet friend <3 <3 <3

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  4. you are so talented dear Ivana,love all of them!!many kisses!
    http://shoppingtherapy153.blogspot.gr/

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  5. Thank you sooooooooooooooo much for following me, so i could find you and your wonderful blog. I am following back inmediatelly, also on BLOGLOVIN and google+
    But above all i do hope we become blogger friends that to me is what really counts.
    Love and sunshine weekend, Ivana
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