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How to spice up an outfit with a scarf? (...and revisiting Medugorje) Kako začiniti odjevnu kombinaciju s rubcem? (...i ponovni posjet Međugorju)

Medjugorje in Herzegovina, a little village, but visited by millions every year. We're there fairly often, sometimes as much as a few times a month. In immediate vicinity of the church in Medjugorje you can find this little ethno village that still isn't open for business but you can visit it anyway, just to admire it---as we did last week! It is close to our friend's place. The first time my husband was here was quite a long time ago, when our friends (the one I just mentioned) decided to have their wedding photos taken here. My husband was also there for that photoshot, being the best man and all. Since then this place has often been our stop. It is still under contructions (more than four years and counting) but its grows more beautiful with every visit of ours.  Read about my previous visits:  here (2016), here (2015),  here (2014), here (2013). It is in this location that I shoot my post about different ways to wear a scarf (here) and today I will show you another trick. In post I will wear a scarf both around my neck and around my waist. You may have noticed that I like wearing scarves as belts. Scarves and foulards are the perfect accessories, aren't they? I always felt like they can spice up any old outfit. How do you like my styling? I've had this green dress forever, but I never seem to get tired of wearing it. This outfit has one DIY element, can you guess what it is?

Međugorje u Hercegovini, maleno selo, ali posjećuju ga milijuni svake godine. Mi smo tamo dosta često, ponekad nekoliko puta mjesečno. U blizini crkve u Međugorju možete pronaći ovo malo etno selo koje još nije otvoreno za noćenje, ali ga svejedno možete posjetiti da biste mu se divili- kao što smo mi učinili prošloga tjedna. Blizu  je kuće naših prijatelja. Prvi put kada je moj muž bio ovdje je bilo prije dosta dugo, kada su se naši prijatelji, ti koje sam spomenula, tu slikali za vjenčanje, a moj muž je bio s njima jer im je bio kum. Otada je ovo mjesto naše stajalište. Još je pod izgradnjom (već više od četiri godine). U engleskome dijelu teksta možete pronaći moje poveznice za prijašnje objave, a na ovoj lokaciji sam snimila i objavu o različitim načina na koje se može nositi rubac. Prikladno, jer danas ću nositi rubac i oko vrata i oko struka. Možda ste primijetili kako volim nositi rupce kao remene. Marame ili rupci, to dvoje je savršeni modni dodatak, zar ne? Uvijek sam imala osjećaj da svaku kombinaciju mogu osvježiti. Kako vam se sviđa ova kombinacija? Imam ovu zelenu haljinu već sto godina i nikako da mi dosadi. Ima malo i moga rada u ovoj odjevnoj kombinaciji, što mislite o čemu se radi?





































































Dress/Haljina: old/ stara
scarf/rubac: old/star
shoes/cipele: Peko
bag/torba: vintage second hand
headband/ obruč: DIY

Comments

  1. its must be so exciting for you as an artist to visit this beautiful places!
    You look so happy and so stylish, adore your smile dear! I wish you a happy week! Kisses

    ALISA GROMOVA

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    1. yes, it is lovely to visit such a beautiful place.
      xoxo

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  2. Very famous place! The wild nature there is so beautiful, great photos:)
    You look very elegant and feminine in this dark outfit:D

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  3. ¡Jesús! Uvas, lavanda, coche...y tu, tan bonita!

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  4. che bel posticino, mi piace un sacco il tuo abito Ivana
    buon inizio settimana
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    un abbraccio

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  5. This is such a charming looking village. It certainly makes for a lovely photography backdrop and it sounds fun to visit as well. I like how you switched up your scarf from a kerchief to a belt!

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  6. Those nature shots are so pretty, especially the Fall one. And you do have such beautiful scarves, they always catch the eye. Of course my eye was also drawn to those very sexy tights!! Oh my gosh they were incredible for me tonight!!! Thank you SO much for sharing them.

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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  7. Beautiful outfit dear, Well put together, I like it.
    http://www.melodyjacob.com/

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  8. The village looks amazing! I would love to visit such place someday my dear! :)
    Your outfit shots look amazing as always and I lovee how you revamped it with a scarf!!!

    love lots,
    Tin

    mypoeticisolation.blogspot.com

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  9. Amazing place and photos:) You are so pretty Dear:)
    Have a nice week!
    kisses❤

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  10. I love this place, it's wonderful and perfect!! I think I would stay here for a very long time. So peaceful and beautiful!! And I loved the story to go along with it too. You look radiant, love this shade on you, so pretty!! I hope you have a wonderful week xx

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  11. İt looks like very nice place. Very nice photos.

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  12. I love scarves, dear! Do you have to wear one when you were a cabin crew? xoxo

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    1. yes, I had to wear one as a part of my uniform.

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  13. Wow...it look super amazing...thx for sharing honey...:-)

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  14. It is such a super setting! I really like it. How nice to get to go there! The green dress is very pretty on you toox

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  15. Che bel posto e che bel vestito Ivana!!! Complimenti! Un grande bacio,
    Eni

    Eniwhere Fashion
    Eniwhere Fashion Facebook

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  16. There is a great deal of elegance with this dress and these pumps. Very nice setting with such lovely weather. Speaking of lovely, this is a fine dress of yours.

    johnbmarine.blogspot.com

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  17. Hola Ivana, what a great location to take pictures - and I like how you styled the scarf. Nicely done.

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  18. Prekrasno mesto, idealno za fotografisanje! Mnogo mi se dopada haljinica, obozavam ovu tamnu nijansu zelene boje, a lepo si je i uklopila sa maramom. Uvek das kombinaciji neki svoj licni pecat i to mi se upravo i dopada :-*

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  19. Hello dear, This is very lovely And outstanding. Keep it up.
    http://www.melodyjacob.com/

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  20. Love your outfit.. cute heels as always! :)

    And what a gorgeous place to visit! I really need to visit your country as soon as the warmer season will start again! :)

    YouTube | Blog: Geekette in High Heels | Instagram

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    1. yes, you should visit both Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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  21. Kakvo savršeno mesto! :) ne mogu da mu se nadivim. baš me ne čudi što su se vaši prijatelji slikali tamo, verujem da su im fotografije savršene u takvom abijentu. Tvoje gledam već nekoliko puta i nemam reči koliko je svaki detalj divan. Plus ti tako prelepa u toj damskoj kombinaciji :) Marama je baš osvežila tamniji kolorit i uopšte me čudi što ih toliko voliš. Stvarno su kao stvorene za eksperimentisanje, a mogućnosti je bezbroj :)

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  22. you look really, really fab my dear! i LOVE scarfs too. they are such a cool accessory for every kind of clothing stuff. i like the scarf that you wear - this colourmix is a nice one.

    and your white nail polish is such an eyecatcher: bright and good looking. and yes, i see your very special unique tights again. this idea to wear an opaque tights to this outfit is: 2 thumbs up...;-)

    great post Ivana!

    Jennifer

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