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This new Plus Size collection from the September 2015 issue of BurdaStyle is full of office-ready staples for your fall wardrobe. Tailored bootcut trousers, a flattering sheath dress and a trendy cape with sleeves to get cozy when the weather cools down.

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A nice and simple boatneck shirt with 3/4 sleeves.


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The fluffy fabric has the softness of sweater, the interface resembles a shirt visor and spade collar. Kite wedges offer the sleeves movement.


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This cape with sleeves is the new new solution a coat to fit over blazers and lighter jackets, front and rear sleeves are each cut at the front and side panels. A grosgrain ribbon emphasizes the front edge and the wide swinging hem.


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This nicely fitting sheath dress is cut with bust darts and slightly flared shape, which gives it beautiful shape. You can also choose to alter the pattern into a simple boatneck shirt with 3/4 sleeves.


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These long elegant trousers have a bootcut style with sharp creases for a professional look. The have two hidden front and back pockets with a front zipper. There is also an incorporated elastic band for a comfortable fit in the back of the pants.


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This white blouse is a necessary staple in the business world. Details such as wide collar, long sleeves with cuffs and wedge buttoned slits and the slits in the side seams take make it quite formal.


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These long elegant trousers have a bootcut style with sharp creases for a professional look. The have two hidden front and back pockets with a front zipper. There is also an incorporated elastic band for a comfortable fit in the back of the pants.


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This midi length dress features 3/4 sleeves and a v-neck. It’s quite simple to sew and would be a nice dress for special fall occasions. Don’t be afraid to mix up the length of the sleeves and the dress itself based on your preferences.


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Business not as usual! Beautiful proportions are achieved through the large, rising lapel, the classic two-seam sleeves and patch pockets on this dress.

Happy Sewing!

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    Jan 15, 2016, 05.18 AMby shela

    The cape is wonderful!

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    Jan 14, 2016, 04.09 AMby sewsweetviolets

    There are some really nice lines in this collection. THAT CAPE!

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    Oct 17, 2015, 06.19 PMby Trishbc8762

    Beautiful collection! There is not a single one that I cannot see myself wearing. Classic, elegant, wearable patterns that I would use over and over again. Every one is timeless and a perfect background for accessorizing in countless ways. Thank you!

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    Aug 29, 2015, 04.43 AMby nrobson

    These look great! Textural and stylish

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    Aug 28, 2015, 12.24 PMby planete-games

    Really great job ! Those Plus Size clothe seems confortable !

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    Aug 28, 2015, 12.15 AMby nancykarpengmailcom

    Actually the best Plus Size clothing you’ve done in ages. Finally clothes that actually fit.

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      Sep 1, 2015, 02.24 PMby joey38

      agreed and not only do they fit they are beautiful

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    Aug 27, 2015, 05.49 PMby nouvellegamine

    These are actually really beautiful. This is almost like the Plus collections from 5 years ago.

    The bateau neck blouse with the bow detail is very pretty and on trend.

    The sheath, which looks like more of a shift, is really lovely. It’s a silhouette I’m see all over the sewing blogosphere from Indies, but with some actual shaping for Plus sizes.

    The pants and suit jacket combo are gorgeous. The coat is pure early 60s.

    And the seaming on the midi dress is beautiful. I’d love to see someone make a color blocked version.

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