Mod geometric prints, punchy primary colors, and crisp lines make a happy collection for spring. Make your trip to the office a little brighter in these new designs from the February 2014 issue of Burda Style magazine.
Make a beautiful entrance and exit in this adorable dress. The front has a simple V neck and pleats, and the back buttons up from the waist for a vintage effect. It looks darling in tiny prints like ditsy florals.
A Pleated A Line Skirt looks so fresh in crisp bright white. Highlight your waist with a wide belt and finish the look with a fitted top for polished style.
Slim cut mid rise Cigarette Pants are ready for spring in a kicky geometric print. Cotton satin gives a crisp look to these pants to pull your outfit together. All you need is a soft tee like this asymmetrical jersey top.
A body skimming shift dress goes mod with graphic stripes. The three quarter sleeves and square neckline can go from office meetings to spring cocktails on the patio. Wear with flats for a gamine look.
You’ll know it’s spring when you can show off those legs in a tiny Mini Skirt! Wear it with a structured top like this statement jacket. An hourglass shape is exaggerated with pockets and wide sloping shoulders.
Tuck this top into a skirt for a streamlined look that shows just a peek of skin. A keyhole offers just a hint of cleavage, but the knotted neckline draws the eye up and gives a little coverage. Three quarter sleeves and a wide round neckline make this a weekend top for all seasons.
A Peter Pan collar and mod print have a sixties look in this A Line Jacket. The short design is made for slim spring pants and dark wash skinny jeans.
Trade in those sweaters for fresh and light spring fabrics. It’s almost time for tiny prints and gamine little dresses!