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These looks with sporty elements from the 10/2017 issue of BurdaStyle bring a spring into the step of everyday wear. All styles in sizes 44 – 52!

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Wear it solo or just as beautifully pulled over a long sleeve shirt. The overcut shoulders, deep V-neck and side seam zippers on this style give lots of options. The cut is one that can also transition into a dress by adding extra length at the hemline.

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This otherwise elegant look has just a touch of the versatile sportive element thanks to the comfortable jersey crêpe fabric and exposed zipper in back. It is a nice choice for those looking to test the trend with a first wardrobe addition in that direction. It also follows the trending faux two piece look with its crossover bodice.

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An absolute must-have: This cool calf length parka. Sewn in a sophisticated nylon and inserts of contrast color grosgrain at sleeves, it includes XL patch pockets and a divisible hood. The drawstring casings at the waist and hem add shape.

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This jersey dress with the contrast color raglan sleeves and inset panel in mustard yellow is comfortable, versatile and absolutely on-trend! Pockets at the hips and a zipper at the front slit are additional modern details.

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Piping in green along the shoulders add a touch of modern spice to an otherwise neutral color jersey style of shirt. The zippered neckline lets you adjust the opening to your preference.

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This blazer relaxes right into a comfortable look. It features a shawl collar and mitered welt pockets. Slits in the middle back and at the sleeves leave room to move. For a business-like look, sew it in a fine suiting fabric.

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These bottoms with the drawstring waistline and patchwork side panels ending in zippered hems are naturally comfortable for a workout – the fashion brave will pair them with a blouse and pumps for the office.

Download this entire plus size athleisure collection with the discounted pattern bundle here!

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    Oct 26, 2017, 02.10 AMby wingsio

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    Oct 19, 2017, 06.24 AMby nrobson

    i must say these look stylish! very athletic and mod xx

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    Oct 17, 2017, 09.48 PMby Sewengineer

    I really love this collection and would like to make everything in it, except the shawl collar jacket. I’m simply to full busted and shawl collars do not complement my body shape. I want to buy this collection so badly, but I’m hesitant because, like Karenminet, I feel the instructions are not clearly written. Additionally, they do not use the standard language other pattern companies use. This makes it even more difficult to understand how to assemble the garments because I have to translate some of the terms into standard sewing terms I’m accustomed to seeing. I’m a visual learner and not having diagrams and/or pictures adds to the difficulty of figuring out what to do. It is very difficult for a visual learner to follow written instructions. Not impossible, but very difficult. I sincerely believe that if these improvements are made, you will see a huge increase in the number of online pattern sales. Thanks for listening.

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    Oct 17, 2017, 05.52 PMby karenminet

    Please be careful buying Burda Style patterns. They have great style but the instructions are horrible and no drawings to help. I just cut out 08/2017 #107 a gorgeous coat and have no idea how to put the inseat in. I asked BS and they didn’t even acknowledge my question. I am an advanced sewist and I can’t figure it. So beware. BSC if you want me to stop posting, then please help me!

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      Oct 23, 2017, 02.01 PMby JillSeams

      Help is on the way!

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    Oct 17, 2017, 05.49 PMby karenminet

    Please be careful buying Burda Style patterns. They have great style but the instructions are horrible and no drawings to help. I just cut out 08/2017 #107 a gorgeous coat and have no idea how to put the inseat in. I asked BS and they didn’t even acknowledge my question. I am an advanced sewist and I can’t figure it. So beware. BSC if you want me to stop posting, then please help me!

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    Oct 17, 2017, 11.00 AMby DonnaCF

    Excellent collection. Versatile, Thanks.

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    Oct 17, 2017, 04.45 AMby raeborough

    Thank you Burda! Athleisure is my style right now. Gee, where shall I start? Perhaps the sweatpants…

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    Oct 17, 2017, 12.37 AMby ArcticFox001

    This is a great collection. The best plus size collection I’ve seen in awhile. I really like the green dress and the tunic-vest.

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