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Inspired by....Nadahnuta s....Alice

Here comes the new illustration in my Inspired by feature. This one was inspired by Alice from So Alice blog (you can check it out here). The medium is watercolour and pencil on paper. If you want to see the outfit that inspired this illustration, you can find it here. I really like this look. The bag and the boots match perfectly. The cold shoulder sweater is adorable and pairing it with skinny jeans was a good choice. This is such a lovely street style outfit.

Evo nove ilustracije u Nadahnuta s  rubrici. Ova je nadahnuta s Alice s bloga So Alice ( možete ga pogledati ovdje). Medij su vodene boje i olovka na papiru. Želite li vidjeti odjevnu kombinaciju koja je nadahnula ovu ilustraciju, možete je pronaći ovdje. Jako mi se sviđa ova kombinacija. Torba i čizme se odlično slažu. Džemper otvorenih ramena je presladak, a mislim da je bila dobra odluka nositi ga iz uske traperice. Odlična kombinacija za svaki dan.





  1. wow love it:) so beautiful:)
    Have a lovely day ❤❤❤

  2. OOOO my dear!!! This is so nice from you!!! Thank you so much,I am very proud that I found myself on your paining:-) Have a lovely day, kisses:-*

  3. Che bello :D

  4. Alice je divna. Mnogo volim njen damski stil :) Mislim da bih i sama pogodila da je ona u pitanju. Zaista si je verno naslikala ;)

  5. Once again both the outfit inspiration and your illustration are both lovely!

  6. Davvero deliziosi sia il look che hai scelto, che la tua ilustrazione Ivana! :)

  7. Again a beautiful illustration, dear Ivana! I loved the cold shoulder sweater and the colors you used! Of course ti has to do with Alice, but anyway, really nice chosen colors to picture her hair and the outfit! Hope you have a lovely day, dear Ivana!

  8. Amazing pics ) Thanks for sharing )

  9. Hi Ivana :) I love your illustration - you did great job on the details of Alice's outfit, especially on the shoes! :) What's more, I haven't known Alice before and it's great to see that she is also Polish blogger, ha ;)
    Have a lovely evening, dear Ivana :)

  10. Amazing inspired Ivana !!!!


  11. Bellissimo omaggio ad Ali..sono stupendi i tuoi dipinti
    un bacio

  12. I LOVE So Alice blog and follow it all the time :) . This styling was indeed perfect. Great pictures :) . Cheers - Margot :)

  13. This post is so amazing girl! You're are so unbelievably talented! Thanks so much for sharing :)

    XO Jessi,

  14. Very creative as always

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  16. What a lovely illustration! Keep up the great work!

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  17. Your fashion/nature mashups are so cool and crafty. Such a talent!

    All Things Bright and Lovely

  18. Wonderful, i love it! Great Work Ivana :)


  19. Have a great evening, Ivana :)

  20. This is so cool. I like your inspired series. It is interesting to see what will inspire you next.


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