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Clean Lines, modern designs and bold, fun fabrics- this collection of wearable and flattering styles will have you counting down the days until you can hang up your winter coat and leave the house in sweet short-sleeve tops, skirts, and cute dresses! These patterns are from the 02/2015 issue of Burda Style Magazine.

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This cute cap-sleeve crop top has a boxy, unfitted silhouette and features edgy hemline bust darts. The top extends slightly longer in the back, while the center back seam is left open for a breezy on-trend touch.

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This form-fitting dress is sure to make an impression wherever you go. The simple silhouette, long sleeves, and round neckline make it a great choice for a day spent at the office or running errands, while the side-seam ruching along the waist accentuates your curves in all the right places for the perfect party dress!

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This classic, sophisticated style should be a staple in every woman’s closet! A straight silhouette, side seam pockets, a timeless notched collar and elegant wide 3/4 length sleeves work together to create one undeniably stunning and versatile coat.

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A pleated wrap-front and gathered back give this maxi skirt the perfect amount of fullness and flair. The narrow straight waistband is fastened with a button closure, while side seam pockets provide added convenience. The ankle-length hemline can easily be lengthened or shortened for a custom look.

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It’s all about the angles with this chic and colorful jacket. Diagonal seams run from the armholes towards the waistline on both the front and the back, creating a flattering hourglass effect. Vertical center seams and waist darts lengthen the torso while the fun fringe detail adds a decorative touch.

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Sleek, diagonal panels add flair to these wide-legged trousers. A contrast trim along the angled seam stands out and lengthens the legs for a long, lean look. A narrow waistband, flap pockets at the hips and a fly front zipper keep things simple yet stylish.

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Curved princess panels give this stylish jacket a smooth and flattering fit and enhance the figure. Oversized patch pockets give the coat a unique, fashion-forward feel.

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Cool, classic and comfortable, this breezy dress can be worn by itself or as a tunic with pants or leggings. The dress is fitted to the hips with elastic to shape the figure, while an attached neck tie emphasizes the deep V-neckline.

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Side seam pockets, pleated cuffed sleeves and a rounded hemline add eye-catching detail to this tunic dress, while a matching tie belt cinches the waistline. A flat two-piece collar completes the soft cowl neckline for a polished finish.

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    Aug 22, 2017, 10.32 AMby Violetta Bleus

    “Curved princess panels give this stylish jacket a smooth and flattering fit and enhance the figure. Oversized patch pockets give the coat a unique, fashion-forward feel.” … when you click for the link…you’ll get right picture of the red coat but another view of the pattern

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    Apr 28, 2016, 07.13 PMby TeenyUK

    That pink top looks like the split sleeve top to me – http://www.burdastyle.com/pattern_store/patterns/split-sleeve-top-072014. Very similar anyway.

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    Feb 21, 2015, 09.47 AMby Inkstain1

    I like the collection but since I bought the mag off the shelves, I’ve been pretty disgusted that Burda is getting so lazy as to use the same fabric in two different designs. You must have a whole warehouse of fabric choices at your disposal, so why give us two dresses off the same bolt? You’ve done this before and it’s shameful. You’d never find Vogue Patterns magazine or any of the Big4 doing it. Makes your operation look very shoestring at best.

    I like the Chanel type jacket and the ruched dress a lot. But the ‘breezy dress’ and the ‘tunic’ dress are just two more baggy sacks that need a belt.

    And can you refer us to the pink sleeveless blouse pattern used over the baggy trousers? Wasn’t that in a previous magazine issue?

    Thanks

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    Jan 22, 2015, 05.44 PMby Jeanette Ponder

    I like the stretchy dress. Otherwise, I’m too young to look like I shop at Chico’s. I hope the other collections are better.

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    Jan 21, 2015, 09.55 PMby michellebowden

    Love the Chanel impression jacket (with fringe). Looks great,—- but the wrap skirt is ok in horizontal stripes on thin figures, but risking it in heavy fabric ! ?Just using a lighter, floaty fabric (chiffon, crepe,single knits,etc) would soften the impression. Enjoy.

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    Jan 21, 2015, 09.05 PMby Addictedtofabrics

    Can’t wait to make these! All of them!

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    Jan 21, 2015, 07.50 AMby Inkstain1

    Very good jackets. Will be making both of those for spring.

    he baggier items need to be rethought. Too much fabric, too busy prints. And where’s the pattern for the pink sleeveless blouse over the trousers? I’m worrying that, with the seaming going on a curve around the trouser legs, the drape of the trousers will be off, and the trousers will hang oddly, always trying to work themselves forward.

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    Jan 20, 2015, 09.07 AMby nrobson

    interesting cuts i must say, fabric prints are also interesting

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    Jan 19, 2015, 11.51 PMby Ivy Little

    Dreadful…..sorry…my petite frme would get lost in all ththat bagginess!

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      Jan 20, 2015, 12.47 AMby ndimi

      Agreed. Even the model couldn’t pull it off. Can you imagine what the goddess figure would look like? Tents, whales, and hot air balloons come to mind.

      That being said, a couple of the jackets were really nice.

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      Jan 21, 2015, 06.37 AMby celestechen6

      Agreed too. IMO at least half of the the designs are very disappointing. Seriously what are they thinking!

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      Jan 22, 2015, 05.45 PMby Jeanette Ponder

      These are no good for us tiny ladies, for sure.

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    Jan 19, 2015, 09.36 PMby nouvellegamine

    With minimalist patterns where the fabric is the star, you should not only post what kind of fabric was used, but also the original Alfatex link. Even when they sell out and have a replacement fabric it gives you a great idea what the fiber content is, for example: if the fabric had any stretch in it.

    https://www.alfatex.de/modestoffe/burda-style/stoffe/burda-02-15/#aoff=16

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    Jan 19, 2015, 06.29 PMby Sumaira Azeemi

    awesome designes

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    Jan 19, 2015, 06.11 PMby MegH

    I need to make these pants!!

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