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Inspired by.... Margot


This illustration has been inspired by Margot from I am every woman blog. The medium is pencil on paper. I really liked this monochrome styling with a touch of tartan print (on the collar and the cuffs of sleeves). How do you like this outfit?

Ova ilustracija je nadahnuta Margot s bloga I am every woman. Medij je olovka na papiru. 
Jako mi se svidjela ova crno-bijela kombinacija s daškom kariranoga uzorka na ovratniku i krajevima rukava. Kako se vama sviđa?

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Comments

  1. Dear Ivana, hopefully you are fine and you had a wonderful weekend! I love the perfection of this illustration - what you made turned out wonderful! Thanks for sharing!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  2. Prelepa ilustracija, upečatljiva i maštovito urađena. :)

    Kathy's delight / Instagram

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  3. Pretty cool outfit, my dear! xoxo

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  4. Un look semplice ma stiloso, mi piace molto come sie riuscita a rendere la lucentezza della borsa, bravissima!
    Baci!
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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  5. Such gorgeous drawings like always babe! You are so talented :)

    XO Jessi,
    http://www.mywhitet.com/5-ways-to-increase-your-instagram-engagement/

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  6. Stilosa questa Margot, bellissimo il tuo disegno!
    Kisses, Paola.
    Expressyourself

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  7. Amei o look arrasou
    Blog: https://arrasandonobatomvermelho.blogspot.com.br/2017/04/

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  8. Thats a really good illustration, Ivana! I must say I prefer the ones that are with colours though but that's because they really make your illustrations come to live.

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  9. I'm going to check her blog because I love this simple yet chic and sleek look! Cool sketch Ivana!
    ♥☻♥☻♥
    Jeanne
    Fashion Recap: What I Wore in March
    Fashion Musings Diary

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  10. Great Work! I love the Legs and the Shoes <3

    kisses

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  11. Bellissimo disegno Ivana ti faccio tanti copmplimenti
    un bacio

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  12. molto belle queste illustrazioni..ne hai coloto lo stile!
    lalu

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  13. REally lovely, I liked the illustration very much, ballerinas are something understated, that people think don't look as good as high heels, but I love them! I wish you a lovely day, dear Ivana!
    DenisesPlanet.com

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  14. Your the newest illustration is terrific, I really like that you decided to use pencil here, again, you did great work on this drawing. What's more, your description of this outfit sounds so interesting so I visited Margot's blog - it turned out that she is from Poland too, ha ;)
    Moreover, glad to here that everything is fine with you, my dear, I hope that you're having lovely evening as well. ;)

    http://crafty-zone.blogspot.com/

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    1. thank you dear! I've been pencil a lot lately.

      Yes, Margot is a Polish blogger too.

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  15. This so cute! Like a fashion comic, maybe you should do a series :)

    Check out my giveaway

    http://dreamland1234.blogspot.si/2017/04/giveaway-with-free-book-bath-bombs-and.html

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  16. Minimalistički, a istovremeno puno života :) Sjajno! <3

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