This new pattern collection from burda style magazine’s October issue celebrates femininity. Fitted, Fifties-style cuts are sewn out of precious fabrics in pastels and metallics that add a touch of romance. Whether it’s cocktail or office hour, you’ll feel fab in all of these new patterns.
Let your thoughts wander in this nostalgic cloqué Dress with fitted bodice and full, gathered skirt.
Lurex makes this knit Rouched Top precious, while gathers along the front and sleeve seams give it that special something. Even beginners can sew this great top! We love it paired with this sweet Bow Skirt that makes any outfit have that retro-silhouette. It is full bodied, calf length, and finished off with decorative little bows.
A large covered button and eye-catching fabric are reminiscent of the 50s. Despite all its nostalgic appeal, this Flared Coat is still a very modern fashion statement.
Even leather presents its feminine side in this pastel pink Leather Jacket . The small standing collar is a sweet detail. This jacket makes a wonderful topper that can be worn over a T-shirt and skirt.
Hats off to this Dress with raised waistline and front and back V-necklines. The style, with its calf-length skirt and reversed pleats at waist seam, pays homage to the feminine form.
This short Swing Jacket , with button, is truly a classic. A deep reversed pleat on the back adds swing to the hemline. We love it worn with this full, over the knee Skirt makes any body look and feel fabulous! A layer of dotted tulle adds a playful touch.
This knee-covering Dress with 3/4 length sleeves makes a successful appearance, and not only at happy hour. Reversed pleats open at the waist to release the fullness of the skirt. Wear it to feel well dressed for the day and into the evening!
A large draped collar, fluffy fabric, concealed snap fasteners, and the flattering hip length make this Mohair Coat the perfect pairing to any outfit.
These retro designs will make your silhouette look like a hourglass with their fit and flare shapes. Make one or all these patterns and incorporate them into your fall wardrobe! They will even still be in style for next spring.