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My fashion illustrations (Why I love Winter?) / Moje modne ilustracije (Zašto volim zimu?)

Here are some of the fashion illustrations that I have made yesterday. No matter how much time I repeat that I'm more a summer person, the truth is that I adore winter clothes (and winter  fashion naturally). I love coats, long and short, oversize and tailored, black and colourful...(and don't get me started on puffers jackets, I've adored them since they fist appeared.)   

Evo neke od jučerašnjih modnih ilustracija. Koliko god ponavljala da sam više ljetna osoba, ne mogu poreći da obožavam zimsku odjeću (i modu naravno). Obožavam kapute, duge i kratke, nekoliko brojeva veće i one uske, crne i šarene ( a da nekažem ništa o perjanicama, njih obožavam otkada su se pojavile) .

my fashion illustrations


long vs. short coat/ heels vs. flats/ midi vs. flare jeans


vision of a colourful winter

blue vs. black coat/ skirt vs. flare/ over the knee boots vs. booties

faux fur 

Let's not forget... It is the winter that offers us endless possibilities when it comes to accessorizing. Variety of hats you can opt for in wintertime is impressive (berets, beanies, trilby hat etc) and so the same goes for gloves, scarfs and all other creative clothing items designed to make us warm. Accessorizing is always so much fun, isn't it?

 The mere fact that in winter you wear more clothes gives us more opportunity for layering. Not that laying in the sand, being smashed with waves while the Adriatic sings in your ear is anything short of paradise. Still, winter fashion is full of potential.

Nemojmo zaboraviti da nam zima dariva tolike modne dodatke. Raznolikost šešira za koje se možete odlučiti zimi je zadivljujuća ( francuzica, rastezljive kape raznih materijala, razne kape sa obodom), a isto vrijedi i za šešire i ostale kreativne odjevne predmete osmišljene da nas griju. Modni dodaci su uvijek zabavni, zar ne?

Sama činjenica da se zimi nosi više odjeće daje nam više mogućnosti za slojevito odijevanje. Ne da nije rajski ležati u pijesku dok te zapljuskuje  Jadran i sapće ti u uho. Ipak, barem što se mode tiče, zima je puna mogućnosti.


Comments

  1. Looks like you are really fond of drawing, it's such a calming and interesting deed, no doubt) I like layering as well, sometimes we have nothing else to do but to be dressed heavily, because the winter sometimes really harsh here in Russia:)
    Hope you have a great new year 2014. May all your dreams come true.. !

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  2. Li trovo molto interessanti, soprattutto i modelli della seconda foto. Lucy www.tpinkcarpet.com

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  3. You draw beautiful things Ivana. I wish in the future to have the chance creating them.
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  4. Nice, I like it. xa

    http://www.fashiondenis.com/

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  5. Ciao Ivana! Sono d'accordo con te, anche io preferisco la moda invernale, infatti la fashion week di febbraio è la mia preferita! Sei bravissima come sempre! Buona domenica! xo

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  6. Sei davvero brava, mi piacciono soprattutto i colori di questi look! :D
    Baci!
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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  7. Lovely illustrations!


    Kisses from www.withorwithoutshoes.com

    Today I bring you my recap of last year SHOES....which one is your favourite?

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  8. Da, zima je puna modnih izazova :) Svidja mi se onaj smedji dugacki :)

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  9. You are talented, love your illustrations :)

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  10. Just wonderful! I find it easier to dress in Winter as Summer time I become indecisive if something suits me or is appropriate, xoxo.

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