A while ago, the Google-maps-based Burdastyle resource map changed from being an advertising-site for businesses to a free resource map, a great way for us members to tip each other off about shops we love.
I think it’s an excellent idea! I’ve sent in my four favourite shops in Stockholm and just looked at the map to see what other gems may be hidden there. Not much, at least not in Europe, I must say.
Norway, Denmark, The UK and many more countries have NO listed shops, and I know from discussions here and from reading blogs that there ARE great, great resources around.
I’d like to encourage you all to send your favourites to Burdastye so we don’t all have to make our own private research before travelling. Where’s that huge, fabulous shop in Paris that I’ve heard of, and the street lined with shops that sell affordable fabrics in London?
See the map + detals here:
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What do you think of these summery styles?
Sewing & Techniques
Check out this step-by-step on sewing our wrapped and pleated mini skirt
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Behind the seams with Marina von Koenig Part 1
Dreamy dresses, floral prints, and cute spring tops.
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