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green polka dots tunics (fashion illustration)/ zelena tunika na točkice (modna ilustracija)















There is no direct correlation between my fashion illustration and my outfit. I don't find the idea of sketching myself particularly interesting just now. One can always find some linking points, though. Both are oversize and comfy summer looks. My sneakers also happen to be green and with polka dots, so there's something. The romper is really old, my mum wore it when she was pregnant with me and find it to very comfy and comfortable on these hot summer days.

Nema neke posebne poveznice između moje odjevne kombinacije i modne ilustracije. Nešto mi i nije prezanimljivo skicirati sebe u ovom trenutku. Uvijek se mogu pronaći neke dodirne točke, kao naprimjer to što su oboje komodne (udobne) ljetne kombinacije. Moje tenisice su zelene i sa velikim točkama, pa eto još nešto. Ovaj kombinezonić je jako star, mama ga je nosila dok je bila trudna sa mnom, a meni se čini da je baš udoban  i praktičan za ove vruće ljetne dane.

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  1. Super ilustracija, ti si mi prelijepa, sviđa mi se kombinezon u kombinaciji s patikama. Djeluje baš udobno pogotovo za ove vruće dane. :)

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  2. Che carina la tuta che apparteneva a tua mamma, ti sta molto bene! E mi piace anche il disegno!

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  3. I really like your sunglasses and jumspuit! So cute that your mum wore it when she was pregnant :)

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  4. Looks nice. and I see you had a great day.
    http://www.fashiondenis.com

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  5. bello il tuo abitino!!!
    http://tr3ndygirl.com
    un bacione

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  6. Bello il tuo disegno ma anche il tuo look!

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  7. Fantastic illustration doll, love the green :)) And you look gorgeous as always. I hope you have a marvellous weekend xx

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  8. You look so adorable! Have a great weekend!!!


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  9. Ma preslatka si mi na fotkicama i bas mi te je drago vidjeti za promjenu ;) Naocale su divne i super ti stoje :)

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  10. oh, do you know what. I was always wondering why it was so interesting for many artists to paint their own portraits or make sketches of themselves. I had never had such a desire to make a portrait of myself, don't know why. Still wondering:)
    By the way, that romper is really pretty! Sometimes I'm wearing some of my mom's clothes as well, we have almost ne size, which is great:)
    Hope you are doing fine, Ivana! Take care)

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    1. same case with me:) I think that sometimes artist make portraits of themselves because that model is always available;) that is what Frida said...and sometimes it is something deeper, perhaps a sort of self analysis even....

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    2. True! I think you are right) ANyway, I'm always fascinated by the way artists portray themselves, to my mind this is the most hard part:)

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    3. I agree....I especially admire self portraits by Frida and Van Gogh...Honestly I think I could stare at them all day.

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  11. Sei carinissima con quella tutina, tesoro!!!
    E che bello il look che hai disegnato, molto originale! :)
    Baci!
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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  12. same case with me:) I think that sometimes artist make portraits of themselves because that model is always available;) that is what Frida said...and sometimes it is something deeper, perhaps a sort of self analysis even....

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  13. Beautiful post, one of my favourite looks of yours.

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  14. Your outfit is very cute, I really love your shoes <3

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  15. Preslatka :) Ne znam šta mi se sviđa više, tvoja ili kombinacija sa ilustracije ;)

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