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By Burdastyle July 1, 2019 No comments
"This dress" is a truly feminine style with its asymmetric hem and figure-shaping band at the waistline. The flowing viscose enhances the drape of the batwing sleeves and the mini pleats along the neckline are beautiful. Style tip: For those on the lookout for a great cocktail dress, sew this style with a satin or crêpe in a jewel tone.
"This dress"with its asymmetric gathering, swinging skirt panel, the extra shaping touch at the waist and a visual stretch for longer legs, is a true figure-flattering look. Thanks to the jersey, it is also extremely comfortable.
"This blouse" with the cropped sleeves has a style of the Hawaiian shirt, though with a much more feminine feel. A laid-in inverted pleat lends some volume to the sleeves. This style works well for the office, as well. Style it with a pair of narrow trousers or a pencil skirt.
A perfect mix of Paris chic and cool vibes. "The jacket" has the classic details of a biker jacket – zippers, lapels, snaps –, though the sea green bouclé is very ladylike.
"This style"is a perfect choice for a large print fabric. The shirt is sewn without panel seams and only darts shape the style in front. An exposed zipper pulls the looks toward a small V-neckline in back.
Have you been waiting on this trend? "This style" with the slight flare toward the hem and the self-made belt at the waistline can be simply styled with a plain shirt – fashionistas will choose vibrant tops and sexy high heels.
Overcut shoulders and set-in mini sleeves, a flattering V-neckline, a covered belt at the waistline... the relaxed cut of "this blouse"sewn in a soft viscose and the accents of special details will have you perfectly ready for the first warmer days of the season.
Designers are keeping the utility trend on track for this season – and no wonder, when you see it here with "these straight cut trousers" . The patch style XL-pockets and a high waist, drawn in slightly with a belt is a look that combines comfort and style.
It’s true that "this coat", with its panel seams including integrated flap pockets and the ruffled sleeve is not completely easy to sew together. We promise that it is worth every minute of work!
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