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You will eagerly accept every cocktail party invite that comes your way thanks to this new collection from the June issue of BurdaStyle magazine. It features sexy dresses, ladylike lace details and classic blouses that can be dressed up or down.

124 fabric
Carolina Herrera Metallic Gold Brocade; Metallic Gold Stretch Polyester Jersey; Metallic Gold Glittery DTY Polyester Jersey

Sexy and classy, all in one dress! This pretty cocktail dress has a high collar at the front, 3/4 sleeves and hits just above the knees with a surprising and sexy open back cut out.

113 fabric
Gold Solid Charmeuse; Golden Haze Yellow Stretch Cotton Sateen; Stretch Limo Black Silk Wool

This cocktail dress has a corset torso with side lacing, a scoop-neck square front and and hots right above the knee. Very sexy and fun to wear for a cocktail party!

104 fabric
Metallic Gold Cotton Jersey; Gold Metallic Spandex; Gold Spandex

Put on your party shoes! This strapless tube dress is easy to wear (and make), it’s form-fitting and with the right fabric it can be a real stand-out piece!

116B fabric
Soft Gold Silk Duchesse Satin; Croissant Silk Crepe Back Satin; Croissant Silk Satin Face Organza

Pair this classic sleeveless blouse with everything! It features a beautiful plunging v-neck, gathered sleeves at the shoulders and a flattering flowy silhouette.

120 fabric
Camel Scallop-Edged Re-Embroidered Lace; Butter Rum Poly Floral Lace; 3/8" Black Double Face Silk Satin Ribbon

Lovely in lace! This sweet lace blouse features a v-neck, short sleeves and a flirty bow gathers the fabric below the bust. Tuck it in to a skirt for a dressed up look or pair with jeans and heals for a date night!

119 jumpsuit
Gold Solid Sateen; Pale Gold Silk-Wool Satin Faced Twill; Turkish Metallic Gold/Black Polyester Woven

Get ready to make a style statement in this 70s style halter jumpsuit fit for a dancing queen! It features wide leg pants, a cinched waist and a halter-neck that bares your back!

120C fabric
Black Silk Crepe Back Satin; Deep Chocolate Silk Crepe Back Satin; Black Stretch Polyester Crepe

Classic LBD (little black dress)! This short sleeve cocktail dress features short sleeves, a v-neck and a flattering flared silhouette. You can also take this dress another direction depending on the fabric and length of the dress, it can easily be transitioned into a daytime summer dress.

101 fabric
54 inch Black Sheer Lace; Ralph Lauren Simply Taupe Silk Georgette; Black Plain Elastic

This warm weather lace jacket has a bomber jacket style silhouette. It features cuffed sleeves, no collar and diagonal seam detailing in the front and back. An alluring piece that will add class and sass to your wardrobe!


This beautiful knee-length skirt features a lining skirt and an over skirt, which is transparent with large front pockets. A piece to dress up any basic tank or blouse!
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Black Stretch Cotton Batiste; Black Stripes Sheer; Black and White Stripes Sheer

You can purchase the entire collection here in a pattern bundle at a special price for this week only!.

Happy Sewing!


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    Dec 2, 2017, 01.38 AMby Frog5000

    These for the most part seem really basic designs that I would not even need a pattern for, just pick a really glitzy fabric to make. Some look like they don’t even fit the model very well. Not up to the usual standard for Burda, what happened you guys???

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    Aug 4, 2015, 11.51 PMby Maryam Jeddy

    awkward and unskilful design . i grow up with anne burda magazin but thisdays i shocked

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    Jun 5, 2015, 01.12 AMby MojoHollz

    I love shine and sparkle and glam and dressing up and making everyday pieces that are special. The only thing I don’t like is the gold strapless mini dress. Too many nightmarish flash backs of working in a fabric store and come prom season having teenage girls tell me “I only need a yard of this stretchy neon green cause it’s going to be really short and really tight and backless.” I do hope those girls came to realize they are worth much more than one yard of stretchy fabric. Anyhow! I am really in love with taking these dressy “cocktail” separates and adding them to causal outfits. Gold tank with skinny jeans or lace bomber w/ white tank or gold lace top with white cami and white jeans? They would create really awesome focal pieces for any outfit!

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    Jun 3, 2015, 06.33 PMby tika1210

    I really like the shape of the little black dress – I am not a fan of the others because they are not my style with the exception of the jumpsuit which would work well in another fabric.

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    Jun 2, 2015, 05.33 PMby emmiesix

    Some of these are interesting, but there is an overall “sloppiness” to the looks that would prevent me from wanting to make any of them. I like my clothes to look very well-tailored, clean, and elegant. It could partly be fabric choice or not fitting the pattern to the exact model, but I am not terribly impressed.

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      Sep 13, 2015, 11.26 AMby judith Nigh

      I agree. Looks like the fabric was poor quality or the seams were not pressed open.

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    Jun 2, 2015, 04.55 PMby Ivy Little

    Many could be made in other, more casual fabrics for a day look. With minimal modifications to the patterns, you could radically change the look of each piece (I.e shorten a dress to be tunic length, lengthen the top above for a tunic or dress and pair with a belt). All are lovely for anyone if any size. I’ve wanted a top like the one above for a long time….glad its finally available!

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      Jun 2, 2015, 05.16 PMby MegH

      Great suggestion, I was thinking the same thing!

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      Jun 2, 2015, 06.21 PMby Mia Jensen

      i was thinking the same too!

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    Jun 2, 2015, 02.36 PMby sewing fanatic

    I find these glam and luxurious =D

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    Jun 2, 2015, 06.59 AMby Sumaira Azeemi

    all r stunning

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    Jun 1, 2015, 09.50 PMby burdatestuser1

    Love the jumpsuit!

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    Jun 1, 2015, 06.55 PMby boslaab

    I love this June issue. A couple of its patterns got on my to do list. However, the biggest favourite is the backless dress. It just looks gorgeous!! Cant wait to recreate it! <3

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