Wander the city streets in a sleek cape, skirt with rivets, and other urban staples. These patterns are from the January 2010 issue of Burda Style magazine. All instructions have been updated.
A comfortable soft and flowing skirt gets a little edge with rivets at the waist. It’s a fun touch that works from business casual to the street.
Casual cotton gabardine Trousers have full size pockets and room at the hip for a comfortable fit. The short length shows off high heels in case you want to dress them up.
This quilted Jacket is a cross between a casual peacoat and a biker jacket with its exposed zippers. A fluffy faux fur collar is detachable for uptown or downtown looks
Rock out in a Leather Jacket embellished with studs. Darts nip in the waist and a single button closes up the front.
An exposed zip gives a not-too-short mini skirt plenty of interest. Pleats and pockets are functional details that make this skirt easy to wear all day. Match your jewelry to the zipper to make it pop!
This Cape is a great design if you’re just starting out in the world of capes. This piece is free from embellishment, so you can test drive the silhouette without any frills. It’s easier to wear than you think!
This collection offers a few twists on city basics. Find yourself some cool hardware and make a one-of-a-kind leather jacket or cool skirt!