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These smart wardrobe choices from the June 2016 issue of BurdaStyle in candy colors and with playful sixties details are making us feel more feminine than ever.

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115B-062016-B

The straps of this dress sewn with the fun boule print, are a sophisticated integrated panel pattern design so that they are not sewn separately. The shaping band at the empire waist adds beautiful definition.


120-062016-B

A Mandarin collar, decorative bands and a narrow, cropped cut are nostalgic details for the classic uniform jacket featuring round golden buttons. The details transform it with elegance in this cheery blue twill.


111-062016-B

Subtle? Not in these shorts in bubblegum pink! The pleats are stitched down to hip length and then swing out for a kick out toward the hem. The banded waist is decorated with multiple rows of stitching.


115A-062016-B

A dress you can truly rely on for your best look! The bodice sits wonderfully on the shoulders and frames the décolleté, while the knee-length tulip skirt cascades beautifully over the tummy, hips and thighs.


118B-062016-B

This chiffon blouse with modern chic style includes a Peter Pan collar and a covered placket for a look that is surprisingly fresh with its updated sleeve length that ends just above the elbow.


105B-062016-B

Extravagantly pieced panels follow the curves without restricting movement. This feminine dress features brushed metal buttons as well as a decorative belt that gives an additional accent at the waistline.


108-062016-B

This dress combines a bold pattern and fun details. The front and back pieces are placed together at the neckline and then kept in place with the neckline band, conspicuously avoiding a separate shoulder seam. Piping in pink is integrated into the front panels to outline them and the pockets in the side seams allow space to tuck away the little necessities.


104-062016-B

Topstitching decorates the sophisticated panel seams in this subdued dress. It is faced at the neckline and sleeve openings, and otherwise unlined. The effect is a slim fit that doesn’t cling. If you want to add a pop of contrast for this look, try a topstitch along the panel seams sewn in a colorful thread choice like neon.

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    Jun 6, 2016, 06.44 AMby NathanGreen

    I really wish you’d release more male patterns

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      Jun 8, 2016, 03.08 PMby TyMarie

      We’ve got a men’s collection coming out on June 9th!

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    Jun 5, 2016, 11.42 PMby momentsbycharlie

    Oooo I love the color palette of this range!

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    May 31, 2016, 02.28 AMby nrobson

    yeah the shorts and dresses are cool!

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    May 30, 2016, 04.15 PMby Anna101

    LOVE the shorts!!!!!

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