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illustration of the day (Autumn) / Ilustracija dana (Jesen)

Here is an illustration that I have completely forgotten about ( I drew it when Autumn was just starting). Since it is still officially Autumn I might as well post it. What were the trends you liked this Autumn, do you still like them and if so do you plan to wear them this Winter as well?

Evo ilustracije na koju sam sasvim zaboravila. Nacrtala sam je početkom jeseni, ali budući da je još uvijek jesen (barem službeno), mogla bi je i objaviti. Koji su vam se trendovi sviđali ove jeseni, je li vam se još uvijek sviđaju i ako da, planirate li ih nositi i ove zime?


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  1. If i was still in Toronto, i would be wearing some knee above the knee boots right now. I didn't even get to wear one before i left, but it is all good. I just love the pretty colors of Autumn. It always inspired my everyday outfit. Nice drawings meanwhile :).

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    1. I'm sure there will be plenty of time to wear those knee above knee boots in Toronto once you get back from your vacation.

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  2. The draw is so nice!
    You are an artist!
    In winter we love hats, boots in brown colors!
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    1. I love hats too! They're really stylish and keep us warm...what more can one want?;)

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  3. Great outfit illustrations! I wish it was still Autumn weather here, that season is too short!

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    1. today it felt like Autumn here, it was quite warm...

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  4. You know I love your ilustrations Ivana, this one is great!
    Kisses!

    http://www.alisagromova.com/

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  5. That is so creative. What a bright mind you have, dear :) xoxo

    http://downwithpants1969.blogspot.com/

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  6. Oh, It is interesting! :)
    http://just-be-yourself-coca.blogspot.com

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  7. Whoaaa babe!!! <3 You're really really talented!!! ^_^ Such an amazing illustration, Ivana! <3

    http://anshul90.com

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  8. I don't follow fashion religiously, so i don't necessarily buy a new wardrobe every season. I get things that I find I like and not necessarily because they are in fashion..
    www.minsbeautyequipment.com

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    1. lot of people think that way, probably there are only a few that follow all the trends...for me but it is interesting to try to guess what will be in and what out ...what will be the most popular clothing item in some season...sometimes it is something that wasn't even put forward by designers or fashion industry...so that's always fun to see.

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  9. Preciosa ilustración
    Un besito
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  10. Very cool one!!

    http://ladyparisienne.fr/

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  11. Absolutely great!
    Kisses

    NEW OUTFIT

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  12. Very cool and enlightening illustration sweet Ivana :)

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  13. Predivan crtež, tako je veseo :) Moram priznati da mi se baš sve navedeno dopada ali npr. nisam još naišla na neki idealan komad odeće sa resama...

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    1. meni se jako rese sviđaju, ali nisam ni ja naišla na nešto, doduše nisam ni tražila baš aktivno.

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  14. Bella illustrazione e belle idee!

    35 nail art inspo(also for Christmas)on lb-lc fashion blog

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  15. bellissima. ciao gloria
    www.gloriadressup.com

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  16. Great outfit illustrations!Kisses dear, have a good evening! xo

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  17. Love your Illustrations !!! :D

    Serene xoxo

    http://www.imserenel.wordpress.com

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  18. Love this! You have some serious talent!

    Shannon
    Clothes & Quotes

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  19. Love this one, Ivana, you are so good at this.
    kisses
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  20. Che bei bozzetti! A me in questo periodo piacciono soprattutto tartan e cappe!
    Baci!
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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    1. adoro il tartan! mi piaccono molto le cappe, ma non ho trovato una per me ancora...

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  21. I tried to be on trend during autumn but my body was in shock with the cold so all I cared about was bundling up and keep myself warm. These days I am better adjusted to the cold so I'm starting to eye clothes that are trendy. Horrible eh? We women would freeze for fashion. LOL!

    Reflection of Sanity

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    1. sometimes we are silly that way...but this year oversize coats and caps (worn over jackets) are great solutions against the cold, so we can be both trendy and warm!

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  22. one of the best! My favorite pics
    haha stylish!
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  23. Very nice! One of my favorite trends had to be midi skirts because that is pretty much the only length of the skirts in my closets and I wear them whether they're in style or not :)

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  24. I like both outfits! Dear Ivana caught my attention your handwriting also.
    P.S: your entry is not complete, please come back:
    http://aboutwomenandnotonly.blogspot.com/2014/12/until-christmas-day-sheinside-giveaway.html?showComment=1418757883141#c3012803920792421407

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  25. receiving and handmade post card is imply great. I'm sure people is going to be happy.
    xxx
    mari
    www.ilovegreeninspiration.com

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