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Easy, lighthearted, cool. Seventies feelings reign supreme in this new women’s sewing pattern collection from the October 2016 issue of BurdaStyle. Statement pieces such as a shearling coat, corduroy jacket, and wrapped dress look fantastic – and can be easily combined with one another.

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Time to simply relax – on two accounts. The rib knit poncho is super easy to knit and just as easy to combine with other garments. Thanks to the blend of merino wool, silk, and camel, it is also cozy and warm.


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Make your next successful presentation in this narrow-cut blazer of velvety corduroy. The high-class appeal is accentuated by angled pointed lapels and slashed pockets with flap interest.


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Inserts in the inner leg seams are reminiscent of riding pants. Thanks to the high percent of stretch fiber, these pants hug the figure but still remain wonderfully comfortable.


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Denim is joined by a cool, oversized shearling coat with vintage appeal. The combination is simply unbeatable! No fasteners are used. The wooly side of the fabric accents the standing collar, sleeve cuffs, and pockets.


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When sewn from an oriental print crepe, a classic padded bomber jacket with raglan sleeves and elastic hem bands enters a new realm. To continue the style contrast, pair this jacket with a little black dress – it will easily outdo any tailored jacket.


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This loosely cut style of this dress flowing rayon perfectly captures a lighthearted bohemian flair. It has trumpet sleeves and the fullness which the pleats create is tamed with the help of a belt.


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Don’t want to spend too much time planning your outfit? Then this is the blouse for you! The paisley print, shaping pleats, and gathered sleeves make it so exciting that the rest of the outfit can stand to be “boring” – jeans, simple boots, and fine jewelry are all that are needed.


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Knotted casually over jeans or tucked into the waistband of a pencil skirt – this oversize button up blouse with its extended shoulders and curved hem edges is wonderfully versatile.


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Youthful and sexy long sleeve wrap dress. The soft jersey wraps alluringly around the figure, to help curves appear to full effect. Flounces at the neck edge draw attention to a lovely décolleté.


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The high waistband with narrow belt loops and the pressed creases of these wide leg trousers are the defining elements on these statement trousers. A fitted turtleneck or T-shirt is a counterpart to the full legs.


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A surprising revival – culottes are back again! But it’s no wonder. When sewn from wool fabric and styled with block-heeled boots and denim they are considerably cooler (and more practical) than a skirt.

Download all the patterns included in this collection here at a discount!

Happy Sewing!

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    Jan 17, 2017, 09.06 AMby Sharda Shivare

    Really awesome collections. Thanks for sharing. http://www.tatkalirctc.com/

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    Oct 28, 2016, 03.26 PMby ndimi

    This is the first time I’ve seen a collection where I wanted Every. Single. Piece. !!!! Love it!

    Edit: Just bought the collection.

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    Sep 28, 2016, 04.45 AMby dealindiaweb

    Really nice peace of collection which is good for me and others also.

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    Sep 22, 2016, 02.42 AMby nrobson

    oooh i like these looks =)

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