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My fashion illustration of the day (femininity) / Moja modna ilustracija dana (ženstvenost) 29.11.2016


What is femininity for you? For me it is more about how we wear clothes, than in the clothes themselves. Today's medium is coloured pencil on paper.

Što je vas ženstvenost? Za mene ona je više u tome kako nosimo odjeću, nego u samoj odjeći. Današnji medij su bojice na papiru.
















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  2. Amazing pic ) Thanks for sharing )
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  3. Interesting post my dear, thank you for sharing :-)

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  4. Thanks :D

    Super amazing draw my friend :D

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  5. Potpuno se slažem. Isto tako mislim da ne moramo isključivo nositi ženstvenu odeću da bismo se osećale ženstveno...
    Lepo je videti i bojice za promenu, a ostatak od rezanja je baš zanimljiv detalj koji nekako još više upotpunjuje taj divan crtež :)

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    1. i ja se slažem...neke žene se najbolje osjećaju u odijelu ili muškoj odjeći, to je sve tako relativno.

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  7. Fantastic illustration my dear <3
    Feminine for me its how we are wearing clothes, body language and our mind and intelligence :)

    Have a wonderful day beautiful <3

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  8. I honestly don't know what femininity means to me. I love the turquoise skirt in this illustration! I would LOVE to wear it!!!x

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  9. Nice Post and Good Work I like your blog I m a delay visitor for your blog. Thanks

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  10. Definitivno, zenstvenost nije samo u odeci, vec i u pokretima tela, stavu, govoru i manirima. Divna ilustracija!

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