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Battling The Wind

Shorts H&M, top Dynamite, scarf Zara, clutch unknown Ebay, boots Aldo, ring The Bay, bracelets Aldo, watch Michael Kors, jacket Le Chateau
 
Another casual outfit which can transition from summer to fall by adding boots, a scarf and of course a leather jacket. You're probably already getting sick of mine since it has been in all posts this week. But I just couldn't wait to wear it again. The season for light jackets such as leather is not very long here in Canada. We go from summer to winter in a very short time, so I'm enjoying it as much as I can :). I bought this scarf in Zara in Belgrade. I saw it here in the stores but they only had it in gray. I've never been much for sculls but I really love it on this scarf. Sculls with some spike bracelets and tough boots,  give an edge to an otherwise simple outfit. I'm really sorry for my hair though. The day these pictures were taken it was so windy that after a while I just gave up the battle. Do you like this look? Ciao!
 
Jos jedan kazual outfit za prelazni period leta ka jeseni. Verovatno vam je moja kozna jakna vec dosadila obzirom da je ove sedmice bila u svakom postu, ali moram da iskoristim priliku dok mogu. U ovom delu Kanade jesen kada se moze nositi kozna jakna ili bilo koja laksa varijanta ne traje dugo; mi prelazimo pravo iz leta u zimu, sa vrlo kratkom ali lepom jeseni. Tako da moram da uzivam dok mogu :). Maramu ili esarpu sam uzela u Zari u Beogradu. Na zalost ovde kod nas ova marama postoji samo u sivoj boji. Inace nisam ljubitelj kosturskih glava ali u ovoj kombinaciji mi se dopada. Marama, narukvice, cizme; svi ovi mali detalji daju mnogo zanimljiviji izgled inace vrlo jednostavnoj odevnoj kombinaciji. Unapred izvinite zbog moje kose, ali borbu protiv vetra koji je duvao kao lud tog dana, sam izgubila vrlo brzo :). Kako vam se dopada ova kombinacija? Cao!
 
Aleksandra <3
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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