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Pink and green (outfit post)/ Zelena i roza (odjevna kombinacija)
























sunnies/sunčane: DM, necklace/ogrlica: my creation/moja kreacija, dress/haljina: Moda in (Croatian brend), pink cardi/ rozi džemper: vintage, bag/torba: borsa, boots/ čizme: Leonardo , location/ lokacija: near Mostar/ okolica Mostara



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  1. Mnogo lepo! Roze i zelena tako divno idu zajedno i sviđa mi se to što je kombinacija slojevita i udobna a opet tako ženstvena. Čizmice su divne, super ti stoji taj ruž i naočare, a mesto deluje rajski :)

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    1. hvala...prvo je mjesto (vinogradi) okružje restorana Romanca, a ove ostale slike su kraj rijeke Bune, to mi je najdraže mjesto za izlet u neposrednoj blizini Mostara.

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  2. My beautiful Ivana you are marvelous with this dress ! I really love this touch of pink :)

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  3. Such a lovely outfit! You look great in pink and green Ivana. And I just love that you smile so nicely on the photos, it makes me smile too! Big hugs!

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  4. sve je prelijepo!:))))
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  5. You look so pretty in pink, Ivana! That blazer suits you really nicely. I also love the way you've paired it with that pink bag, looks adorable! Besides, those snapshots are so eye-catching, I love to see you smiling:D))
    Have a wonderful day:)

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  6. Lokacija na kojoj su slike slikane je savrsena! Haljinica je zaista preslatka.

    TRENDGALORE

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  7. Your dress is looking wonderful, and it's matching great with the pink!

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  8. Mi piacciono tanto questi colori assieme, sei molto carina nelle foto Ivana, sembri anche molto felice!:) Buon weekend!

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  9. Lovely photos, love the pink cardigan :)

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  10. Bellissimi le foto! Il cardigan rosa mi piace molto!
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  11. Esa chaqueta es preciosa y te queda genial!!!
    Un beso Ivana

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  12. Very cute pink cardigan. I like this combination.
    Have a wonderful Sunday.
    Hugs!
    Dusana :-)

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  13. Che bella Ivana! Adoro la tua giacchetta rosa!
    Baci,
    Coco
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  14. Molto belle foto!
    top bella rosa!
    Judy baci
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  15. Il tocco di rosa ti dona molto. Davvero bella.
    baci
    Esmeralda

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  16. Uvjek se slikaš na idealnim lokacijama :) Roza jaknica me spominje na Chanel- material i boja- tako da sad znaš da bi ti ta marka odjeće sirugno dobro stojala ;) xx Maja

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  17. Beautiful shots and backdrop. I starting to believe pink goes with almost any other color. This is lovely. The jacket looks like tweed and you look drop dead gorgeous.

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    1. thank you so much darling....it's knit not tweed but it's very warm:)

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  18. Super kombinacija boja! Vestica mi djeluje kao kakav sakoic i bas lijepo upotpunjuje kombinaciju! :)

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  19. Beautiful surroundings and that pink jacket is so cool!
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  20. cute look dear....
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  21. nice colour mixture. i see you wearing this shoes very often - you most love it.

    i like this seaside pics - great place!

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