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129 Tunic and 128 skirt

Casual can also be very chic! This tunic is femininely fitted yet boasts sporty features like topstitched sleeve tabs and pocket flaps. The skirt’s eye-catchers are on the hem: a drawstring casing, cheeky...
found in: Magazines > Archives > Burda World of Fashion 10/2007 > Burda Plus
132 Skirt

A new season, with new fashion rules: Elegant lace skirts are also in demand for daywear when combined with plain basics, as shown here. Our pencil skirt is easy to sew, with satin lining adding body,...
found in: Magazines > Archives > Burda World of Fashion 02/2007 > Burda Plus
132 A Skirt

New classic style – this knee-length, slightly flared tartan skirt is fashionable again! The broad yoke with waist darts flatters your hips and provides for a perfect fit. Trendy tip: wear ankle-boots...
found in: Magazines > Archives > Burda World of Fashion 11/2007 > Burda Plus
130 Jacket

The denim may be sporty but the style is elegant in couture mode with flattering upright collar and fine petersham/grosgrain bands, either edging the sleeve slits or serving as ties for the unusual front...
found in: Magazines > Archives > Burda World of Fashion 06/2007 > Burda Plus
125 A Jacket 126 Blouse 127 A Trousers/pants

Witty patchwork fabric, placed longways or slanted, adds fashion pep to the jacket. Section seams create a slim-line shape while metal buttons and contrasted stitching look cool. White, refreshing, chic!...
found in: Magazines > Archives > Burda World of Fashion 08/2007 > Burda Plus
131 Jacket

What a sophisticated jacket! The extremely large collar and asymmetric fronthem edges seem to simply cascade! Burda sizes 44 – 52
found in: Magazines > Archives > Burda World of Fashion 01/2008 > Burda Plus
 
131 B Skirt

You'll recognize the jacket 132! Worn with this pencil skirt, the outfit can easily compete with any couture creation! The skirt is knee-length and lined, quick and easy to make, so you really can look...
found in: Magazines > Archives > burda world of fashion 12/2005 > Burda Plus
137 Wrapover blouse 138 Skirt

This ensemble in shimmering iridescent crinkled fabric is a great eye-catcher! The blouse has a couture look due to its large collar with a deep, loosely-draped neckline. For evening wear, it's matched...
found in: Magazines > Archives > Burda World of Fashion 12/2006 > Burda Plus
124 B Top

The jersey top shown on the opposite page has a clever twist! Its shawl collar turns into a knot that nicely shapes the neckline and bust, with further flattering emphasis coming from the Empire-line seam....
found in: Magazines > Archives > Burda World of Fashion 07/2007 > Burda Plus
130 B Tunic

A tunic is a wonderful garment, more casual than a blouse but more dressed-up than a top! This example has integrated kimono sleeves and side slits that will guarantee freedom of movement while its imaginatively...
found in: Magazines > Archives > Burda World of Fashion 01/2008 > Burda Plus
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