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Wait for spring in this clean and modern collection. Long lined flared pants, a cool three quarter sleeve dress, and weekend tops are fresh and light with boat shoes or white sandals.

An off center pleat makes a mock slit in this pretty skirt. It’s a great piece for the office or a first date, giving the flirty effect of a slit without showing skin. Wear it with any pretty blouse!

Mix dark and light or a print and solid fabric to make the casual Sectioned Tee. A round neckline shows just a hint of collarbone and looks good with statement earrings.

Eight buttons up the front of this jacket have a touch of sailor style. This crisp little jacket is ready for spring with white jeans and boat shoes.

Spend those lazy weekend mornings in a casual Sectioned Jersey Top. Three quarter length sleeves and a longer hemline are easy to wear with leggings or skinny jeans.

Ruffles cascade from the V neckline of this three quarter sleeve blouse. It has a delicate, floaty look that gives a feminine touch to jeans or a structured skirt.

Bring back the ultra flattering flared silhouette with these Flared Pants. A mid rise is flattering, and they fit close through the hip and thigh before flaring out at the knee. Wear them with heels to get a leg lengthening look.

A wavy diagonal panel makes this dress into a piece of modern art. It’s a clean design you can wear to the office or a cool new restaurant. Pick two of your favorite colors and show off those cutting skills.

A lightweight Skirt with Pockets makes weekend dressing easy. This one has outside pockets and buttons at the hem. Tuck in a lightweight tee and wear with sandals to the farmer’s market, then just throw on some heels for dinner and drinks.

Until the weather gets warmer, these are easy pieces to layer up indoors. Pair the Sectioned Jersey Top with leggings and wooly socks for movie night, or throw a boyfriend cardigan over the Flared Pants. These are spring essentials!

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    Feb 2, 2014, 03.30 AMby lady2k7

    This collection is very nice for so many fashion creations. I’m glad to see more cloths in the plus sizes. Enlarging the little Burda patterns is a pain sometimes.

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      Feb 4, 2014, 04.28 PMby Jennifer Schee

      I really need to learn how to do this.. I like the plus patterns, but sometimes there are regular ones that I long to try build..

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    Jan 30, 2014, 09.26 PMby hanolalaith

    This is a great collection! Everything looks wearable, without being dumpy. Thank you!

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    Jan 30, 2014, 04.34 PMby tmcguire

    Love this collection!!! Does anyone know if it’s going to be in the US or intl burda mags?

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    Jan 30, 2014, 11.58 AMby Tatiana Laremore

    Oh so pretty and feminine! Love the skirts with cute details, actually the whole collection is great!

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    Jan 30, 2014, 02.24 AMby tika1210

    I have looked at this collection a couple of times and I just don’t know. In part I think it is because of the colours which I am not fond of to be really honest. The dress pattern has potential and I have bought the pattern to see what I can do with it on the basis that I might really like it in a different colour choice.

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    Jan 30, 2014, 02.20 AMby sherrilm

    What a surprise! Finally a collection not filled with ugly tents. I’ve already put the jeans in my cart and I may add the jacket and t-top as well.

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    Jan 29, 2014, 11.11 PMby Belinjean

    Love the sliced dress, jazzy as well as pretty Belinjean

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    Jan 29, 2014, 10.17 PMby chantal2013

    I really like the way they gave attention to fashion. – Marla Ahlgrimm

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    Jan 29, 2014, 09.43 PMby Michelle Rose

    Love pretty much the whole collection!

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