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The autumn breeze is blowing in with this October issue. From coats and blouses to long sleeve dresses, you can build an entire fall wardrobe with this issue. Read on to flip through the October 2018 issue of BurdaStyle magazine and shop every pattern.

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Each issue we also release each collection as a bundle as part of the lookbook launch, so if you want to sew up every style in a collection you can purchase in bulk at a discount! Click the collections below to shop the bundles.

So Happy


Summer is drawing quickly to a close, though the vibrant colors are here to stay. These feminine styles in sizes 44 – 52 boost both mood and confidence

Wild Thing


Animal prints are always in fashion and show up in every season. Here they are creatively mixed with stripes, leather, and the utility trend. Be bold with this collection!

Gentle Woman


Masculine cuts with a soft edge: These serious business fashions refresh with classic vichy, strong wool fabrics, and feminine details.

Nat and Pure


These cozy feel-good pieces in Scandinavian design get back to basics with natural materials and soft colors.

Tres Chic


A Caban jacket, Marlene trousers, a duffle coat – these classic cuts, as well as knitted pieces for him and her whisk us away to the Breton coast…

2 Comments

  • El_large

    Oct 6, 2018, 08.27 AMby Ellen Hatteland

    I’m looking forward to receive this issue! Many nice outfits! ♥

  • Purplefan_large

    Sep 30, 2018, 08.15 PMby purplefan

    Blouse #121 is very similar to a version published in February 1998’s Burda World of Fashion that I made once! Rather surprised to see a new version of that style! Will be fun.

    Love #104 shirtdress! Perfect for cooler fall temperatures.

    I personally want the cover jacket pattern for me. Have to see which local store has the October print issue-noticed one location only had August issues on the stand when I visited this month (September) and my usual location has moved their print material to somewhere else in the store. Will see if I have to resort to buying the issue via the Canadian distributor (finally know how to bank online as of this summer).

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