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This new collection is our first from the BurdaStyle March 2016 issue and features sweet frocks that are making us crave for spring weather. Shop all 12 sewing patterns here.

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This boucle blazer features a classic and feminine shape! It features a small lapel collar and three quarter length sleeves.


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These classic shorts feature front pleats and a defined waistband as well as side seam pockets with scalloped edges.


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This dress is made in a jersey material and features a cowl neck, tie waistband and three quarter length scrunched sleeves.


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This a-line crop top features a longer hem in the back than in the front. A pleat in the back provides additional interest.


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These culottes are shorter than your average culottes! The hem reaches to about the knee and they are flowy and dun to wear.


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This simple t-shirt has a cropped silhouette and has a longer hem in the back with a pleat. Perfect in so many different fabrics and to wear everyday!


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This over sized t-shirt features a draped cowl neck and a gather at the side seam. Easy and fun to wear!


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Feminine classic! This shirt dress features long sleeves, buttons all the way up and has a tie belt.


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This button up blouse features long sleeves and open side seams up to the waistline.


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This v-neck top resembles a pajama top as it features a lapel, buttons up and has long sleeves. Very on trend and comfortable!


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This a-line skirt has a flared silhouette with a wide hem band and inverted pleats.


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This sweet dress features gathers at the neckline, side seams with binding straps that emphasize the waist. It also has slit pockets and is wonderfully feminine!

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Happy Sewing!

12 Comments

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    Feb 23, 2016, 11.58 PMby kayemme

    these are mostly just awful. they look actually terrible on that model, and it’s not at all her fault.

    the final green dress is acceptable, bordering cute.

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    Feb 23, 2016, 08.24 PMby Sarah-Ann

    I remember that for previous collections it was indicated which specific fabrics were used (brands etc.). How can we find the information for this and future collections?

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    Feb 23, 2016, 05.23 PMby Tina Pittaway

    I guess I am in the minority in finding this all to be quite hideous.

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      Feb 24, 2016, 12.00 AMby kayemme

      I’m with you 85%. I’m okay with the bottom green dress and the pink dress on the right body…. mostly I think they’re awful

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    Feb 19, 2016, 03.23 PMby cleaninhammersmith

    The shirt dress and the last green dress are amazing! I’d add 1 or 2 more buttons on the shirt dress, though ;)

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    Feb 17, 2016, 09.28 PMby misk36

    Such a fabulous collection. I have many favs but that A-line Skirt is to die for!

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    Feb 17, 2016, 10.29 AMby Réka Vanyolai

    I love the shirt dress and the last green dress, Im gonna have to sew it :) The whole collection is lovey but I like to stick to basic silhouette, which are more practical in the every day life.

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    Feb 17, 2016, 06.53 AMby Zak Ferdie

    Sometimes I am unsure if the dress makes the model look so great or the model makes the dress as gorgeous. Either way it’s a stunning collection.

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    Feb 16, 2016, 11.58 PMby nrobson

    these are bright and breezy, like them!

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    Feb 16, 2016, 08.31 PMby annie70

    These are so fresh and beautiful! The crop boucle blazer is going on my to-do list.

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    Feb 15, 2016, 05.38 PMby Tatiana Laremore

    Love the colors! A-line skirt with welt pockets is my fav! And the related dress.

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