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Stay cool – easy to do in these clean line outfits from the 04/2019 issue of BurdaStyle magazine with soft details like flounces and bows. A strong blue emphasizes the crisp lines of these designs.

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A classic with a fresh twist: A wide tying band at the hem gives this T-shirt the option to adjust the fit close or let it slouch.

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These ankle-length trousers sewn with a breezy cotton are so comfortable. They have a relaxed fit without a waistband, though with darts that underline the streamlined look. They are especially flattering for tall women.

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Just the right look for a visual stretch of your legs. These slim fit trousers have a narrow waist-band, slant pockets, small slits at the hem and a fit that also looks great styled with a pair of booties.

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Quick to sew and a beautifully sophisticated look. Deep set-in sleeves and and a relaxed opening at the neckline are effective in making this shirt wonderfully comfortable. The boxy cut is the perfect background for a printed fabric.

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Call it a long blouse, an ultra-light summer or morning coat, a beach cover up… this kimono with the XL-patch pockets and a tying band that pulls through a casing in the back, is completely versatile.

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From the front, this blouse has classic details like the standing collar and hidden button placket. In back, the real showstopper is the crossover pleat that draws in the extra cool volume. The bonus is that any extra padding is tucked right away.

104A


The shirt dress 2.0.! The button placket is on the backside – the front side is a smooth and flowing cut. 3/4- sleeves can be rolled and adjusted to comfort.

103A


More elegant than a blouson and then much sportier than a little French jacket: This collarless style in a boule shape combines the hottest jacket looks of the season – get started right away!

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It has the cut of a trench coat – storm flap, large patch pockets and a tying belt are true to style details –, though when sewn with the indigo blue linen this style has a much softer appearance. It is unlined so it can also work on its own as a blouse and is washable, too.

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A truly delicate blouse style with a relaxed flare that is finished with flounces along the raglan sleeves and lower hem. The special surprise is on the backside: a deep V-neckline with a mini bow.

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