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Ethnic Sweater

Boots and jeans old unknown, sweater Sirogojno, shirt Zara, beret & bag Ebay

What an amazing fall has it been! I know, I know, I have been talking more about the weather lately then about my outfits, but I am just really happy about it. I use any moment possible to be outside and enjoy in the beauty of nature in the fall. This week is probably one of the last where leafs will still be on the trees, before the winds blow them all away. So I headed out yesterday for a stroll in a cute park near my house. It called for a casual outfit of course (yes over the knee boots fall into the casual category sometimes heheheh), so I pulled out on of my favourite fun sweaters I got from my grandmother. You have seen it on my blog last year, and it’s here again. It's a traditional, handmade wool sweater from western Serbia. For me, it’s a piece of art. Instead of regular blue jeans I went for these really stretchy old gray ones and a striped shirt. How do you like my little French inspired beret? Ciao!

Ova jesen je prelepa! Znam da u zadnje vreme vise pricam o vremenu nego od outfitima, heehhe, ali sta da radim kada sam srecna zbog prelepog vremena I prirode. Svaki moguci momenat gledam da provedem napolju I uzivam u lepotama jeseni. Jucem sam bila u jednu slatkom parku nedaleko od mene, a ovaj izlazak je zahtevao casual outfit (da cizme preko kolena spadaju po nekad u casual varijantu hehehe). Nosila sam jedan od omiljenijih mi dzempera koji je takodje poklon od moje bake. Bolje je poznat kao Sirogojno dzemper, ili tradicionalni srpski dzemper iz oblasti Zlatibora. Umesto obicnih plavih farmerki opredelila sam se za ove stare, mekane, sive farmerke I prugastu majicu. Kako vam se cini moja beretka? Cao!

Aleksandra <3

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