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Hi darlings! How are you? I'm feeling better, I think I might be getting over the darn virus. Today is a time for another Inspired by post, which reminds me...You know very soon it will be time for an  annual round up of my fashion illustrations inspired by bloggers. I'm really looking forward to that recap. I'm not sure how many bloggers I have illustrated this year, I usually do at least one illustration per month, so it will interesting to count them all. Would you be interested in seeing me do a video post about them?

Anyhow, today's illustration is watercolour and pencils on papers. It is inspired by a Portuguese blogger,  Miguel Gouvera from Pieces of me blog (check it out here). This illustration was inspired by outfit of his. This styling is pretty much everything I love the most about casual Autumn outfits: leather jackets, layering (shirt+ sweater) and jeans. That's all for today folks! See you tomorrow.

Zdravo dragi moji! Kako ste? Ja se osjećam bolje, izgleda da ludi virus ipak prolazi. Danas je vrijeme ja još jednu Nadahnuta s objavu, što me podsjeća na to da će uskoro biti vrijeme za godišnji pregled svih mojih modnih ilustracija nadahnutih blogerima i baš se tome veselim. Nisam sigurna koliko sam blogera ilustrirala ove godine, obično napravim barem jednu ilustraciju mjesečno, pa biti će ih zanimljivo prebrojiti. Biste li voljeli da o tome napravim video objavu? 

Kakogod, današnja ilustracija je akvarel i olovka na papiru. Nadahnuta je portugalskim blogerom Miguelom Gouverom s bloga Pieces of me (možete ga posjetiti ovdje). Ova ilustracija je nadahnuta jednom njegovom odjevnom kombinacijom. Ovaj stil je upravo ono što mi se najviše sviđa kod ležernih jesenskih kombinacija: kožne jakne, slojevito odijevanje (košulja + džemper) i traperice. To je sve za danas! Vidimo se sutra.






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  1. Sono felice che tu stia meglio Ivana! Mi piacerebbe vedere un video con tutte le tue illustrazioni! Baci, Valeria - Coco et La vie en rose FASHION & BEAUTY

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  2. Her outfit (and indeed your picture TOTALLY looks like David Tennant's Doctor Who costume!!!)x

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  3. So glad to hear that you're feeling better! Cool to see a mens fashion illustration! Great job and yes that is a fantastic autumn outfit!

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  6. Meni se sviđa ilustracija, i super mi je kombinacija boja na slici.

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  7. Very nice!

    Federica Di Nardo
    http://federicadinardo.com

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  8. Great pics ) Thanks for sharing )
    http://beyoutiful.com.ua

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  9. It's nice to see a male illustration for a change. Hahaha! Btw, I've already mailed out the prizes this morning. Hope it'll reach you safely. Please add me if you're in Facebook cause I couldn't inform you thru that channel. Have a great week! xoxo

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  10. It's so nice :) have a lovely week!! xx

    aishettina.blogspot.it

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  11. Sono contenta che tu stia meglio Ivana!E che bella illustrazione, io trovo che fare un video che le raccolga tutte sarebbe un'idea davvero carina! :)
    Baci!
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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  12. Ovo izgleda fantasticno! Svaki put me oduseve ovakve objave, to je ono sto najvise volim kod tvog bloga. Samo tako nastavi :)
    Ako zelis, ucestvuj u Bozicnom darivanju kod mene: shoppingholic-dreamer.blogspot.com

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  13. Interesting post my dear, thank you for sharing :-)
    xx

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  14. So glad to hear you are feeling better, Ivana. Lovely illustration and great likeness. Get well soon, hun.
    xox
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  15. Hope you are really feeling much better, dear Ivana! Take care, the cold weather is not good, so drink tea, get warm, don't allow any virus to come! I loved your illustration, it's really cool! I loved the way you drew Miguel, that's perfect! Like an illustration for a fashion magazine! Hope you have a nice week, dear Ivana! Hugs!
    DenisesPlanet.com

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  17. Zanimljivo je videti i muskog blogera na ilustracijama. Skroz cool stil :-)

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  19. Ja sam uvek za! :) Baš je interesanto videti i muškog blogera na tvojim ilustracijama. Ne znam da li ima nešto što ti nisi u stanju da naslikaš/nacrtaš ;)

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    1. pa mogu sve nacrtati samo je pitanje koliko dobro:)

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  20. Thanks a lot :D

    OMG can you send me for my adress? <3

    NEW GET THE LOOK POST | Get The Looks For Xmas Celebrations.
    InstagramFacebook Oficial PageMiguel Gouveia / Blog Pieces Of Me :D

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  21. another interesting paiting. this jacket looks fab to me. nice to see, that you think also on glasses - nice
    detail.

    how many minutes/hours(???) are you working on such a painting?

    Jennifer
    http://jennifer-femininundmodisch.blogspot.de/2016/12/mein-outfit-fur-den-weihnachtsabend-my.html

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