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Etno selo u izgradnji / Ethno village under construction










 











tutleneck: terranova, necklace: DIY, skirt: Bellissima (local BIH brand), booties: Cindy Craford, blazer/bag: no name


My third visit (link to my first visit) to this -still under construction- Ethno village near Međugorje took place last weekend.  I believe this place shall be marvelous once it is finally completed. Must have been designed by a pretty good architect, because it is feels so authentic.  It's withing walking distance of  popular Ethno village Herceg....but really more is better when it comes to ecological/ ethno villages, don't you agree? 

I don't have much to say about the outfit. I've accessorized this outfit with a necklace that I made myself and that I obviously like because I wear it all the time. The semi-plaid skirt from Bellissima is quite interesting.  For some reason I always pair it with this red blazer- the two seem to match well. What do you think? 

....and I want to take a moment to thank you for your lovely comments on my last post. Yes, embroidery takes both time and patience but it is worth it.

Moj treći posjet  prošlog vikenda etno selu blizu Međugorja koje je još u izgradnji me je učvrstio u uvjerenju da će odlično izgledati kada bude dovršeno jer zasada je veoma autentično. Jako je blizu popularnog Etno sela Herceg...ali doista više je bolje kada je riječ o eko/etno selima, zar ne?

Nemam puno toga za reći o ovoj odjevnoj kombinaciji. Modni dodatak mi je ogrlica koju sam sada izradila i koja mi se očito sviđa jer  je stalno nosim. Djelomično plisirana suknja je iz Bellissime i jako je zanimljiva. Iz nekog razloga uvijek je uskladim sa ovim crvenim sakoem, čini mi se da se slažu. Što mislite?

 ....Zahvaljujem vam svima na lijepim komentarima na mom prošlom postu. Da, vezenje oduzima vrijeme i potrebno je strpljenje, ali na kraju se isplati.



Comments

  1. Divna suknjica. A u etno selu sam bila jednom...i to bas u Medjugorju.

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  2. I liked the look.
    Kiss
    I liked the look.

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  3. Still not following me on GFC but I'll follow thee.
    Kiss
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  4. Great outfit! And really fantastic landscape :)

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    Have a nice day!

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  5. I love the skirts! *-*

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  6. Fantastic skirt, I love it, great look :)

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  7. Dear Ivana, I use also my mobile as a mirror :) And what a beautiful midi skirt! I understand that you match this skirt always with a red blazer as it fits indeed really good! I can imagine that this village will be beautiful and I would also love to visit it. Due to the reason I fear I won't come in the next time in your beautiful country I thank you for the wonderful pictures. Wish you a happy rest of the weekend!

    xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena

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  8. Bellissima Ivana, la gonna è meravigliosa! Caterina www.imieioutfit.blogspot.com

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  9. Hi Ivana, the place look lovely, kind of like stepping back in time.
    Your skirt is very interesting. Also well done for making such a beautiful necklace, bravo.
    Have a lovely weekend, hugs.
    Dusana :-)

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  10. Carmen, Carmen:) This is the first impression which you've produced on me, since I saw those wonderful photographs of you, Ivana. You look absolutely fantastic in red, those items fit you perfectly well. Your hand made necklace is also wonderful, it's hard not to notice it!
    I love visiting such places as this Ethno village, hope it will be finished as soon as possible and you will share some other snapshots of it with us. The landscape is truly amazing!
    Have a wonderful day ahead!

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  11. Sviđa mi se. Poseti moj blog i zaprati.
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  12. Stvarno biras odlicne lokacije za fotografisanje!

    TRENDGALORE

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  13. It's a beautiful village! They're doing a great job. Your outfit is great! I have some turtlenecks I plan on pairing with skirts. It's a very nice combination.
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  14. You look so pretty and adorable in your outfit! Love the collection of amazing looks!

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  15. Bello questo look bon ton... stupenda la gonna e bfantastica la location!!!!
    Happy sunday doll!!!
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  16. Baš ti super stoji ova suknja i općenito crvena boja :)
    I ja isto stalno koristim mobitel za šminkanje, presmiješno mi to izgleda :)

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  17. Cute skirt! Love the photos :)
    On your blog for the first time and so far loving it. Definitely going to visit you more often ;) feel free to check out my blog

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  18. Amazing outfit in amazing place!

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  19. red is always a good color

    xx Mounia

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  20. I really like your red blazer :))
    xoxo Emina

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  21. wow so beautiful photos! that skirt is such a stunner!!!
    kisses mary
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  22. I agree with the ones who mentioned Carmen in the comments. The first picture took my breath away. This place is so beautiful, and you look perfect there. Red suits you so well!

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  23. Un caro saluto, Ivana, il posto è magnifico e tu stupenda! Caterina www.imieioutfit.blogspot.com

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  24. Aha, prvo sam mislila da je riječ o Hercegu, ali sad vidim da nije :) Suknjica mi je predobra, ima mi neku španjolsku vibru i super ide s tvojom ogrlicom!

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  25. The skirt is very pretty. The hint of red is perfect and you've accessorized pretty well. You look stunning Ivana. This location of your shoot is so gorgeous. Love the stones.

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  26. Ovo je tako prelepo! Mesto, kombinacija i pre svega ti! :) Oduševljena sam i uživala sam u fotografijama! :)

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  27. Love the red panels on your skirt, so cool! :)
    - Madolline

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  28. You are very pretty and chic. I love your skirt.
    This place is wonderful !

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  29. really nice place to take a photoshoot!!!

    you wear another great black/red combo.amazing outfit!

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