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Fashion illustration of the day / Modna ilustracija dana

pencil sketch / skica olovkom

One of the trends that really resonates with me is the long vest. Ever since it made its appearance, I found it to be absolutely fascinating. I think this trend will be very present this Spring. Here is my fashion illustration that depicts a  girl wearing a long vest. She paired it with a yellow shirt and rolled up skinny jeans. I always loved the contrast between purple and yellow, so I added purple heels to finish this outfit. Some of my illustrations were featured by a fellow blogger ( link). Thank you +Leszek Wielgos 

Jedan od trendova koji mi se jako sviđa je dugi prsluk. Fascinira me od kada se pojavio. Mislim da će ovaj trend biti jako prisutan ovoga proljeća. Evo moje modne ilustracije koja prikazuje djevojku koja nosi dugi prsluk. Uskladila ga je s žutom košuljom i uskim zavrnutim trapericama. Uvijek mi se sviđao kontrast između žute  i narančaste, pa sam ovu kombinaciju završila s ljubičastim cipelama na petu. Neke od mojih ilustracija se mogu naći na ovom (poveznica) blogu.











watercolour /vodene boje

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  1. Hello from Spain: as usual, great illustration. Fabulous look. Keep in touch

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  2. Adoro anch'io il long best, e questa illustrazione è magnifica! Baci, Valeria - Coco et La vie en rose NEW POST

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  3. Ovom ilustracijom si prevazišla i samu sebe, čini mi se. Pokret, kosa, kombinacija, boje, celokupan utisak je fantastičan. Nemam reči, zaista <3

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    1. hvala ti puno, s ovom sam baš zadovoljna, nekako bi u ovakvom stilu htjela i nastaviti.

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  4. I really love you :) Happy New Year!

    Can you follow me? I follow you :)
    If you comment my post, I will comment your five posts! :)

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  5. Mnogo lijepa ilustracija!

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  6. O daaaaaaa, ja sam velika ljubiteljica prsluka i jedan dugački bi mi baš prijao u ormaru :) Ilustracija je odlična i kombinacija mi se baš sviđa te bi je rado nosila! :)

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    1. hvala ti puno...i ja bi rado jedan dugački i razmišljam kako da ga se dokopam.

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  7. nice illustration!

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  8. Bella l'illustrazione e bello il look! Mi piacciono soprattutto le scarpe!
    Bravissima ivana! :)
    Baci!
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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  9. Hey girl, great post! Love it!

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  10. I love your illustrations with that luscious curly hair!! Her outfit is pretty cool too and like you, I am fascinated by the long vest!!!!Xx

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  11. Wow, your fashion illustrations are better and better, Ivana! And you should to draw pencil more often, you're so good at it, great job, my dear ;) And congrats on your illustrations, which were published on Leszek's blog :)


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    1. thanks dear:) I'm trying to make more time for drawing with pencil.

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  12. What a beautiful illustration, Ivana, love the wind in her hair!

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  13. It's always a pleasure to see your illustrations..love this one equally....AWESOME WORK Girl!!

    xoxo
    Epsita | www.thepositivewindow.com

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  14. Fantastic! It's so beautiful :)

    xoxo Ivana ❤
    Melania | modeintechnicolor.blogspot.com

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  15. Love the mixing of the colors but I really love the illustration in Black&white! Looks special! xo
    http://cocojeans.blogspot.pt

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    1. thanks dear...I like this pencil sketch too:)

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  16. I like the illustrations very much, dear Ivana, I always say - you are really very talented! Indeed, it is always like that - the fashion world announces the new trend and it really takes off one year later. I remember having bought a long vest in 2014, but only wore it in 2015. Now it will be good, because I will be "fashionable" :) in 2016. In fact, as I am short, I found it made me visually shorter, but people said it looked good... maybe I am too critical about myself! Will love to see you wearing a long vest soon! Hope you have a lovely weekend!
    DenisesPlanet.com

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  17. Beautiful illustration! I love how you show it in the pencil and then coloured in. Those purple heels are beautiful. I love how they contrast with the yellow. I wish I could find them in real life.
    ~Lili
    www.thefashionsalt.com

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  18. The long vest is such a cool trend. They never run out of fashion :) I like her hair so much, so bold and cool, and yellow and purple are a great combo.

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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  19. I love the look of long vests on others, but it's not something I can pull off easily being petite! I did just get a maxi cardigan last year which I thought wouldn't work for me but I ended up loving so who knows, maybe I just haven't found the right long vest yet? :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

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    1. yes, maybe you just have to find the right one for yourself.

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  20. wow this is nice i wish i have the same talent as yours heheh. thanks for visiting our blog http://anotsosecretlife2011.blogspot.com/

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  21. Love this, great shoes!!
    Have a lovely weekend :)
    Rosanna x
    Rose's Rooftop

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  22. Gorgeous illustration of the beauty of a lady in a long vest! Thanks for sharing!

    Prudence
    www.prudencepetitestyle.com

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  23. Un'illustrazione stilosissima, quanto glamour Ivana!!!!
    Bravissima!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  24. Wow! Lovely pitures ^^

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  25. Bellissima, brava!!

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  26. Bas dobraaaa! Svidja mi se i prsluk i kosa i cipele i stav samouverene devojke :-)
    Veliki pozdrav

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  27. Dearest Ivana,
    I love long vests or chasubles too!
    I have shown here, for example, some outfits with my black Chasuble: http://rostrose.blogspot.co.at/2015/11/advent-und-ein-paar-outfit-spielereien.html
    And here with my self-painted silk long-vest:
    http://rostrose.blogspot.co.at/2015/08/fair-play-teil-1-frau-r-zeigt-faire.html
    Long vests always seems extravagant and confidently. And this is just the way your painted women moves! Very pretty!
    Hugs, Traude
    http://rostrose.blogspot.co.at/2016/02/schrankmonster-unter-sich.html

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    1. thanks for sharing these links, so great that you love long vests too!

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  28. Amazing paintings, dear Ivana! I am eager for seeing you in such a lovely vest ;-)
    xxxxx Nadine

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  29. I agree that long vests will probably be a trend. They look so chic and provide a number of styling options. Another fantastic illustration Ivana!

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  30. Wow, I totally agree with the comments above - your fashion illustrations just keep getting better and better! :) I'd love to see more of your pencil artwork, you are really talented with it! x

    Kay
    http://shoesandglitter.com/

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