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Dress to impress at every seasonal celebration marked in your social calendar this year with this collection of sophisticated and versatile styles that you can keep in your closet to wear all year round. These patterns are from the December 2014 issue of Burda Style magazine.

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Shine at any holiday get together in this ultra-flattering V-Neck Top With Drawstring Waist. You’ll have room to breathe with the relaxed fit, while the cinched waist and deep neckline accentuate your figure.

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The sweetly sophisticated Empire Waist Dress With Front Box Pleat is the perfect choice for an office party or family gathering. Sew the dress in a shade of green, red or gold for an extra festive touch.

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This pretty V-Neck Blouse With Attached Neck Tie is the ultimate wardrobe staple for any time of year. Lightweight fabric works nicely with the breezy silhouette, while the attached strips tie at the neck for added embellishment.

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You’ll be the center of attention in the intriguing Princess Panel Dress With Triangular Inserts! The unique detail at the neckline and a godet at the center back hem spice up the classic silhouette.

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Fun, flattering and festive… three qualities to make up the perfect holiday dress! The attached necktie has extra-long strips that drape beautifully down the length of the dress, and a ribbon waistband cinches the waist to flatter your figure.

Want all these patterns for the Holiday season? For a limited time get all these patterns at a discount and the convenience of one download here.

Happy Sewing!

14 Comments

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    Dec 16, 2014, 03.19 PMby GwenH

    I got to this page through an email from BurdaStyle. Ads on every image. I don’t even remember what the patterns looked like, I was so annoyed trying to scroll and see past all the unrelated ads. I even have a Spanish language ad. If you are going to include foreign language ads, you’d have better luck with German or French for me. But WAY too many ads.

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    Dec 13, 2014, 03.41 PMby lexie613

    When I view the site on my PC, there are ads on every image. When I view it on my phone or tablet, no ads. This is probably the issue for most people. They are super obnoxious and make the site run really slow.

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    Dec 12, 2014, 02.56 AMby nouvellegamine

    I love the empire waist dress with box pleat. The leg o mutton sleeves are gorgeous. It would look so cute & 70s with a turtleneck underneath it & a pair of boots.

    The ads are either covering the entire photo or else a bar at the bottom of the photo. I’m pretty peeved that there’s an ad covering the bottom half of my id photo on my Wall page :/

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    Dec 11, 2014, 05.04 AMby tguedri

    I’m not excited by any of these designs. The 12/14 issue was just not for me. Also, I don’t like the way that the editor puts together the Burda designs on the 2 page spread in every issue. It looks like it’s helter-skelter-thrown together – to me, anyway. Nothing goes with anything. The accessories are way to expensive…Hermes is not not in my price range.

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    Dec 10, 2014, 11.16 PMby patache

    I am in US and do not see any ads. I navigated directly to the page through main URL. I agree with the previous statements about this collection. They are not very flattering.

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    Dec 10, 2014, 09.52 PMby nrobson

    i like the fun metallics!

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    Dec 10, 2014, 09.54 AMby yoyoneville

    Puffy sleeves and empire waist? I can usually find something I like, but these just aren’t flattering and it seems like I’ve seen those patterns before in your magazine. That is of course understandable, but seriously there is tons of clothes out there that would be fun to make and would look more fashion forward.

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    Dec 9, 2014, 06.43 PMby periwinkle

    No ads ever here. Collection not Burda’s best…

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    Dec 9, 2014, 04.51 PMby WildforTextiles

    I just don’t find these looks flattering. I really don’t like the dresses; they just don’t seem to fit well, particularly the sleeves (dress with front box pleat). Also I agree about the very annoying ads on all the Burda pages. I had already written to Burda about these.

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    Dec 9, 2014, 04.39 PMby WildforTextiles

    I just don’t find these looks flattering. I really don’t like the dresses; they just don’t seem to fit well, particularly the sleeves (dress with front box pleat). Also I agree about the very annoying ads on all the Burda pages. I had already written to Burda about these.

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    Dec 9, 2014, 02.20 PMby Ariana Bauer

    Wow, I HATE THE ADS NOW!!!! This is so sad the Burda has stooped so low to put ads on every image. I used to love perusing this site, but the ads are nuts.

    On the collection, it is okay, nothing thrilling here and too many sacks.

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      Dec 9, 2014, 04.07 PMby Friskysquirt

      But…there aren’t ads everywhere. You might have a virus Ariana. And use adblock just in case I am wrong and it’s country specific ad spamming x

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      Dec 9, 2014, 04.25 PMby Ariana Bauer

      I don’t see the ads now. I got here through the burda facebook page, maybe that did it.

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      Dec 9, 2014, 05.27 PMby chelseab123

      I get ads on every single picture too, and have been for a few weeks. How are people getting rid of this? In case it’s country-specific, I’m in the US. I’d really rather not have to go through the facebook page if possible; is that the only way to avoid them?

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