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etno selo (prvi dio)/ ethno village (prvi dio)

As promised, today I'm taking you to my favourite ethno village in Herzegovina. I visited it many times (and took all of you on a virtual tour each and every time) and I'll surely be their first guest once the village is finally completed. I'm not sure when that will be because it has been under construction for years, but  I'm sure it will look fantastic once it is finally completed. Sometimes the wait is worth it...we'll see.

The outfit is the same as in the last post, but you can see the necklace better as there are some close ups. In addition, I got tired of carrying this lovely vintage bag in my hand so I found another way to use this scarf. In my next post, I will show you a few other ways to wear a scarf.....

Kao što sam obećala, danas vas vodim u svoje omiljeno etno selo u Herzegovini. Puno sam ga puta posjetila ( i vas sam uvijek vodila sa mnom) i sigurno ću biti njihov prvi gost kada bude gotovo. Nisam sigurna kada će to biti jer se već godinama gradi, ali sigurna sam da će sjajno izgledati kada bude završeno. Ponekad se isplati čekati....vidjeti ćemo.

Odjeća je ista kao i u prošloj objavi, ali možete vidjeti ogrlicu bolje jer ima par fotografija izbliza. Uz to, dosadilo mi je nositi ovu divnu vintage torbu u ruci pa sam pronašla još jedan način da iskoristim ovaj rubac, a u idućij objavi pokazati ću vam još neke načine za nositi rubac (maramu).....








 














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  1. Lovely place!
    Have a nice week,
    xoxo
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  2. I ovdje ću ponoviti da super izgledaš i nadam se da će se ubrzo izgradnja sela dovršiti, a da se neće protegnuti kroz jedno deset godina.

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    1. možda i bolje ovako, zasada još nema turista, pa mi je nekako uvijek tu mirno... dok je ono drugo etno selo Herceg (5 minuta hoda od ovog) stalno krcato i radi već godinama (kao što bi rekli u Mostar) ko država.

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  3. The coat is so beautiful! And you look so glam in this outfit too :)

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  4. Hello from Spain: I like your pants. Fabulous pics.We keep in touch

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  5. Splendido questo spolverino!!!!!!!!!
    Incantevole la location!!!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  6. This place is enchnting Ivana and Id love to visit it, seems so peaceful and quiet. You look very lovely and the way u used the scarf is so creative, not wonder being u an artist! xo

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  7. Wow, such a lovely place a bit mysterious, you look so pretty in this outfit. Kisses <3

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    1. Perfect place to shoot this mystcal look, Ivana! Love your long cardigan and how you've styled with the flares! Amazing, amazing necklace dear!!!

      xxx Ira
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  8. You are very beautiful!

    Let me know if you'd like us to follow eachother and keep in touch?
    Come visit →PANAMA ASTI

    Have a nice day !

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  9. amazing jacket!! and you are so beautiful.
    kisses and have a great week,

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  10. WOW! Amazing knit top and the place look so fantastic!
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  11. Bellissima questa maglia lunga:) ti dona un sacco baci

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  12. what a gorgeous place. It makes for an excellent backdrop for your photo shoot. I love the cobblestone. Oh, and that maxi cardigan!! You've got me on the hunt for one like it now. ')

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    1. Thank you dear. I adore houses made from stone, I wish I could live in one.

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  13. I really like this look today I also love the location! You look you live in a wonderful spot dear, looks like a nice place to visit!

    RedLip&Love

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  14. Great post! And such a cute outfit.

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  15. Gosh, you look completely different in this outfit, like a sexy Spanish lady! Can you do a dance for me?? Wait, wait, let me put on a rose for you first........ xoxo

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  16. nice look
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  17. What a great outfit and amazing place. xx

    Nina
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  18. A ja uživam prilikom svake "posete" ;) Deluje divno, a mogu misliti tek kada se završi. Sjajna je ideja sa maramom, uvek su mi se dopadale kao dodatak torbama ali nikako da se setim toga onda kada treba. Cela kombinacija je baš super, sviđa mi se taj kardigan, kako je dugačak a pomalo providan, a na slikama na kojima nosiš kapuljaču si prelepa. Uvek si, ali tu nekako posebno! :)

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  19. You are so glam! I love your coat and the way you carry your bag, it's a great idea!;-) This is an enchanting location!
    Kisses
    Paola ♡
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  20. The place is amazing!<3
    Love your hair so much!<3

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  21. Great place, Love the flare pants and the long lace coat, you look beautiful <3

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  22. I have never been to Herzegovina but I love this place very much! Very beautiful photos! Thank you so much for sharing Ivana))
    Have a good start of the week!

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    1. Herzegovina is a really lovely region to visit.

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  23. Marvelous cardigan Ivana ! You are fabulous and this place is a real dream ! Thank you for all your adorable comments on my blog, you are very cute.
    For the tattoo, it is a fake ! Kisses ;)

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  24. Ma quanto stai bene con questo look un pò boho, Ivana!
    Bellissimo il cardigan di rete!
    E che bella location, perfetta per le foto! :D
    Baci!
    S
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  25. How lovely to be able to travel with you
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  26. What a marvellous look darling! You're beautiful!!
    Baci,
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  27. The village in Herzegovina looks absolutely lovely. Is it inhabited or has it been recreated to give an impression of how everyday life was? xxx

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    1. it was recreated with the purpuse to be rented and also visited by tourists and locals...at least that is what happens at most eco/ethno villages I saw. I think it's great! I would love to spend a weekend in one such village.

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  28. I totally love a place with history and mystery. It would be nice to see what it looks like eventually. Your necklace is very pretty and I am anput to come over and get that mesh coat you have on :). Lovely as always.

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    1. I know, this mesh coat (or long cardi) is totally awesome (as vintage pieces usually are) ...I got it from a relative quite by chance.

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  29. pretty awesome!! your look, the necklace and that houses!
    cool use of a scarf!
    will the village be a museum or is it for people to live in??? you know i have a love for old style houses :-)
    xxxx

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    1. Probably the houses will be turned into apartmants that will be rented. Something like small eco hotels or apartmants.

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  30. Lovely Place!
    Also your Outfit look gorgeous <3

    lots of Hugs :)

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  31. Wow beautiful u beautiful place ..love d black lace Lolzz

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  32. Wonderful place full of stone. You look retro and edgy! Nice way to wear a scarf.
    xo

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  33. Such a charming picturesque place to visit, you look great with the mesh cardi, it adds drama to your outfit. Have a nice day Ivana! <3

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  34. The village looks lovely! Great outfit as always :) x

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  35. I hope that they will eventually finish the construction of the village, it would be a huge shame if they leave it incomplete. There's something very unique and mysterious about your outfit here, I think it's because the long, fishnet looking coat. But you look lovely as you always do, Ivana.

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  36. Happy Monday, my gorgeous friend! You look so lovely – I’m totally smitten by your look today!
    Sending you much love & hope all is well!
    xoxo, Vanessa
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  37. Oh, dear Ivana! This ethno village is such a marvelous place, I can understand why this corner is one of your favourites in this wide world;) It's worth visiting! Your outfit deserves a special compliment as well:) I'm simply in love with this outfit which you've created, it's kind of ethnic too, so special and chic!
    p.s. Regarding your question about my hairstyle, let me answer. I achieve such result with common overnight elastic hair rollers. I don't know how to explain, so check it out, here is a picture of such rollers:
    http://smart-helen.ru/_sh/10/1098.jpg

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    1. I'm glad you understand why I like this place so much.

      Thank you for explaining the secrets behind your curls:)

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  38. Bellissimo look Ivana, un po' gipsy!

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  39. fantastic pictures my dear, you look amazing! great outfit and location :D

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    1. thank you sweetie
      I'm glad you like the location!

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  40. Gorgeous gypsy look dear Ivana I love this nackles you made it <3 wow its amazing, you are so beautiful :******

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  41. You look so great!

    ♥ xoxo
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  42. Qué sitio más bonito, las fotos son preciosas.
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  43. Beautiful place
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  44. Hey, that looks familiar :)P Some very lovely shots of that pretty top and a bit better look at amazing you in those jeans. Gorgeous, dear! xoxo

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  45. What a lovely comment! Thank you!

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  46. Interesting place to visit, so atmospheric, so charming! Great outfit for wearing there - cool yet comfy. I love this black crochet...thing...Sometimes I really in confusion about the English names of garments.

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    1. I'm not sure what to call this either. I don't think that the problem is English, some garments are just hard to name....long summer coat/ jacket or long cardi...all of these 3 names could apply.

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  47. This village looks such a great place. So it's a new village then? I was only in Herzegovena when we stopped on the bus from Split to Dubrovnik!x

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  48. This is such a cute ethno village! I've been to drven grad in Serbia and that was really nice too :) xx

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  49. SO beautiful place!! Photos are great <3
    Kisses from Ukraine,
    x MS
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  50. Jeez, I love this cardigan so much, especially the hood. Reminds me of a futuristic, matrix movie.....So awesome, I want it O_O
    Lovely photos Ivana! I love visiting villages, there is a certain peacefulness there that just warms my heart!

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  51. Ova kombinacija ti tako dobro pristaje! Bas nekako cool i sa stavom! Kardigan je famozan, a top tako razigran! Odlična lokacija. Nedavno sam se i sama vratila iz Hercegovine i mogu da kažem da je prelepa! <3

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  52. Looks like a really neat place. I love your necklace and your whole look Ivana. http://fashionablyidu.blogspot.com/

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