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The 60s look continues, as always, to fashionably mainstream with eye-catching prints and relaxed-cool cuts. We’ve gathered the most beautiful looks for you in this collection from the 09/2019 issue of BurdaStyle magazine.

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Simple lines with details that enrich the overall style for the slightly flared skirt with panels in the sides. To relax the look, wear it with a roll neck or a sweatshirt.

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The print transforms this look with sophistication. The teardrop neckline and a banded collar combine with the lightly gathered sleeves that open with zippers for fine finishing touches.

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A wrinkled lacquer, a boxy shape, an exposed metal zipper, fake fur: This cool jacket with the XL collar and patch pockets transforms the best fashion elements of the 60s – into a fresh wardrobe favorite!

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An incredibly quick sewing project that is also great for beginning sewists. The long blouse style has a flattering neckline and mini flounces on the sleeves.

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This style with the narrow integrated collar is fine like a blouse and comfortable like a T-shirt. The width of the deeply set sleeves is drawn in at the hem with the gathered XL-cuffs.

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The calf-length wrap dress includes faux flap pockets, floats elegantly in the breeze and is one that works for every figure. For a cozy and warm style, simply wear a snug roll neck underneath.

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Stylish and warm for cooler days… this dress makes it possible in a knee-length version sewn with a herringbone knit. The belt featuring an on-trend XL-buckle brings this relaxed cut style toward the body to follow your shape beautifully.

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Well-placed darts in the bodice bring this dress to shape around the figure without pulling. A visible zipper closure in back adds a modern touch.

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This trouser style stretches the look of the legs featuring a fun print and a slight flare to the hem. A fun detail: The waistband with a double row of buttons to close.

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The understated cut lets the large print fabric for this skirt get special attention. To make this in a knee covering style, simply lengthen to your preference.

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Whether you wear it as part of a two-piece suit or solo with jeans, this sweet style with the piping trim, bows, and tabs at the sleeves is always an elegant choice.

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4 Comments

  • Hazel_horton_large

    Oct 4, 2019, 05.57 AMby hazelhorton

    Awesome collection of dresses.. I fell in love

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    Oct 1, 2019, 02.36 PMby Mokara

    Great collection, I fell in love with the fabrics used.

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    Sep 19, 2019, 07.20 AMby Oksana Starzhynska

    My first numbers are the wrap dress and the trousers. I’ve already have the fabrics for the both. The skirt looks interesting: fresh classics :-)

  • Dsc_0545_large

    Sep 16, 2019, 07.56 PMby Sarah-Ann

    LOVE LOVE the petite darted dress!!!! So elegant and yet such a comfortable cut! Also big fan of the teardrop top, the jacket and gathered sleeve top. Nailed it!

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