A splash of animal print, Audrey Hepburn-esque pants, and mod coats are ready for European avenues. These designs are from the September 2011 issue of Burda Style magazine. All instructions to previous patterns have been updated.
Stroll through London in this Mod Style Coat with 3/4 sleeves and a high collar. It just needs some boots and fabulous shades to keep you warm and stylish.
A classic Breton Striped Top for the nautical look. This top is perfect for the Left Bank or an American yacht. Just add ballet flats or boat shoes and a pair of skinny pants.
An easy to sew faux Faux Fur Vest with no closure. Leopard print makes it special.
This draped Wrap Dress cinches at the waist with unique sleeves and a wrapped skirt. It’s sophisticated for dinner and drinks in animal print with some strappy heels.
Color blocking is totally mod. Make this V neck Checkered Tunic monochromatic in different textures, or mix it up with contrasting colors.
An easygoing Maxi Dress that gives the illusion of a top and skirt. The top is lightweight jersey and the skirt is cozy flannel. Make it in a lighter weight fabric for a boho summer dress.
The Wrap Skirt is a style staple for lazy days. A mini hemline keeps a casual outfit flirty and fresh.
A Coat with Animal Print Sleeves for those women always searching thrift stores for the perfect retro jacket. This mod style has contrasting faux fur sleeves, a high collar, and a sixties style cut.
Make cigarette pants a little wilder with animal print. These trousers are cuffed at the ankle with a mid rise and flat front.
Enjoy a little urban fantasy in this collection of sixties influences and artsty touches. Top it off with a beret and some ballet flats for the gamine look.