Moody blue drama adds something extra to sleek work separates. Fitted pants, a batwing dress, and flattering skirts are perfect for client meetings. These patterns are from the January 2011 issue of Burda Style magazine. All instructions have been updated.
Voluminous sleeves flow into the bodice of this satin Batwing Dress. The batwing shape has lots of movement and room at the top, but hugs your hips and doesn’t overwhelm your frame.
These slim Linen Pants are the perfect pants for work. Stretch linen crepe keeps the look sleek and tailored but they aren’t too tight to wear with a flirty blouse and heels.
A lacy Pencil Skirt is totally feminine. Show off your curves and get ladylike style in this knee length skirt with a flattering pointed hip yoke and walking slit.
Who needs a plunging neckline when you can show off your back with this alluring and understated V Back Dress A casual updo is a must to highlight the low back neck.
Keep it together on casual Fridays with a little Cropped Jacket, This piece has just enough structure to polish off laid back pants and a tee shirt for the office.
Close up this wool coat with a stylish sash or belt. The buttonless silhouette is nice and streamlined, so easy to throw over slacks and a blouse and run out the door.
Make any outfit into a party with this sparkly little mini skirt. A pointed hip yoke gives this sequined skirt a little structure.
A mod sixties Babydoll Coat looks darling over short dresses and tights. This swingy babydoll silhouette is cute and feminine, perfect for casual days or transitional weather.