28.7.13

Outfit in turquoise-blue


I am back in Nepal. And this post is the last one from my Belarus holidays. The turquoise-blue skirt decorated with white silk thread embroidery is from Monsoon. I wear it here with a tank-top of deeper shade of same colour and a white openwork blouse.


The blouse has tendency to slide forward which is rather annoying. So I pinned it invisibly to the tank-top and that solved the problem.


Sharing with Patti's Visible Monday link-up party. Check it out!

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And here are a few more photos from Belarus. My home country is famous for its numerous lakes and thick forests. These forests are rich in berries and wild mushrooms. Just go and collect.










Have a nice day!


10 comments:

  1. The crochet blouse looks good
    Gr8 pictures
    Xoxo

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  2. One of my most favorite colors. The crochet top looks very pretty with the skirt.

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  3. What a pretty and colorful look, Olga - you look wonderful. As do the berries : > Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday.

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  4. Love this color on you with your red hair. Gorgeous detail and texture. Looks like delicious food was collected-- fresh berries, yum!

    blue hue wonderland

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  5. Hi Olga :)
    I just found you blog! I really like the way you blog... so nice :)
    xoxo from Munich
    Irina

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  6. This is a perfect outfit. The colors are great together! You look lovely in this skirt and crochet cardigan. I'm glad that you've enjoyed your trip to Belarus. Looking forward to learn more about Nepal.

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  7. Wow! That forest is a bounty of food! I am so jealous. I'm sure you ate very well that night.

    I love the colour of your dress and the crocheted top is a nice addition.

    bisous
    Suzanne

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  8. Hello Olga,
    the skirt with the graphic pattern is amazing, with the top it looks like a dress. I love that blue, do not know how it is called. It goes perfect together with the color of your hair.
    I had been in Nepal too on Monday evening :D
    In a Nepalese restaurant in Berlin - food was delicious, the surrounding inspiring and the music wonderful. I thought of you.
    Have a good time back in Nepal!
    Sabine

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  9. Very pretty set on you ... could easily be mistaken for a dress. Clever girl! So happy you are back safe and sound in Nepal. Have a great week, settling back in, and we all hope to see you again soon. Thank you so much for the always interesting travel photos! One of the best parts of my week!

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  10. Hi!! :)
    I really like your blog and your style!
    I´m following you :)
    maybe if you want, you could visit my blog too,
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    kiss

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