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Cool, confidant and glamorous! This collection features sharply cut dresses, voluminous jackets and ultra-feminine lingerie look that will inspire style.

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Subtle, though the extra look shows its extra fine points. The below-knee pencil skirt is especially beguiling due to sophisticated design details.


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This knotted blouse is actually a great pattern choice, even for beginners! The cut-on bands of the top add to the boule look and can either be draped casually or tied according to personal preference.


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Every minute invested in this extravagant jacket is worthwhile. It includes an oversize collar and patch pockets. The gigot sleeves add couture volume style, it closes with cut-on tabs in front as well as large press buttons. Pair it together with this pencil skirt for a modern skirt suit.


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Petal-white wool twill gives extra weight to the sharp cut of this narrow power dress. The wide belt is held in just the right place by the loops at the waistline. Wear to your next board meeting and they won’t be able to help but take you seriously.


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This dress is one that charms around the clock. The belt is fashioned in an origami look with a top-stitched zigzag for an effect that draws the second glances. The American-style high-neck tank, as well as the wrapped skirt panel work together for a wonderfully shaped figure.


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This multi-faceted classic trench coat includes a full-length shawl collar and deep set-in sleeves. It is a great choice for every closet. The open front comes together with the tying belt that allows it to be worn close to the body, loosely drawn or fully open.


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Sleepwear is trending toward glamorous and sexy. The style here is cut on the bias and softly follows the curves of the body. The wide flounce is finished with a thick zigzag stitch so that it drapes very casually. The versatility of this slip dress is explored further including ways to dress it up for wearing outside of your own walls.


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This asymmetric tank with spaghetti straps and an extra large flounce is truly glamorous. It pairs as easily with elegant skirts as it does with a pair of boyfriend jeans for a pop of extra style.


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A perfectly fitted pencil skirt is a season must-have. This version includes wandering panel seams and a small walking slit in back for extra style points. The skirt also looks great in a color-block or with fabrics in the fashionable degrade look.


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A perfect choice for the transition of the seasons. This slightly flared style includes three quarter sleeves and a faced slit neckline sewn with a graphic effect weave fabric. The well-planned cut of the dress includes the front darts of the skirt getting tucked in with the diagonal pockets.


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A new look for the business blouse. An attached flounce along the standing collar and the placket adds feminine charm, and the mini sleeves and beautiful shape at the shoulders.


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Comfortably elegant is how these tapered trousers with the shaped waistband could be described. Special touches include diagonal hip pockets, turn-up hems, and stitched down pleats at the yoke. The few centimeters of top-stitching keeps the pleats from opening. Wool is sensitive to heat. To avoid shiny spots, always press from the wrong side of the fabric while sewing.

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5 Comments

  • Hanalei_coconut_tree_large

    Aug 8, 2016, 09.35 PMby EdieWalicki

    A great collection lean lines and interesting details. Thank you Burdastyle!

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    Aug 5, 2016, 05.09 AMby izbott

    This collection is going to keep me busy. The ruffle blouse and pants look so great.

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    Aug 4, 2016, 02.46 AMby Shannon Traver Francis

    Love this collection. Especially the dresses and the skirt.

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    Aug 2, 2016, 12.57 AMby Sarah-Ann

    Dear Burdastyle, can you please stop making these adorable dresses? My Pinterest is FULL of dresses I love and there’s no way that I have sufficient time in my life to make them all!

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    • Meg_healy_burdastyle_90_90_large

      Aug 2, 2016, 01.51 PMby MegH

      Haha I know eh!

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