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Shocking red, emerald green and cobalt blue get you noticed and these relaxed styles from the November 2016 issue of BurdaStyle effectively push away the winter greys.


Every detail for the look is oversized. The boule shape of the coat emphasizes extra large lapels, side pockets, and sleeve bands that come together with two buttons in a contrast color, for a look that is great when styled casually, as shown here, or as easily fashioned with elegant business outfits.


True fashionistas wear the classic extra wide leg trousers featuring box pleats, seam pockets and a rolled hem in a fresh pop of vibrant red.


These wrap trousers sewn in a soft jersey includes pleats at the waist and a narrow taper to the lower hem for a look that is cooler than joggers and more comfortable than suit trousers.


If you thought a strap top layered over a blouse would never work, then check out this absolutely winning off the shoulder shirt showcasing the design with wide straps and waterfall draping sleeves! Bonus? It’s super easy!


Here is the proof that hoodies can be more than sporty. Extra wide sleeves, as well as the plastron with the toggles make this poncho hoodie super stylish. This look is featured in the sewing supplement with step by step instructions and visual guides.


This figure-shaping mini skirt comes together with curved panel seams. The pattern lines – slim fit on top and flattering flounce detailing is a look that works for all shapes, while also accenting a beautiful silhouette.


Breezily playful and still absolutely perfect for autumn. This dress with the pleats along the neckline and the skirt, as well as slits and flared sleeves is an especially great style for tall women.


A great choice for a splash of color! This coat is sewn with a rough weave wool fabric. The overcut shoulders give it a casual touch and the attached pockets make it practical, too.


Quick to sew and a fashion star for your closet. The raw edges of the loden waistcoat are left exposed and the two buttons are simply decorative.


The details of the pattern for this knee-length dress are full of swing and the asymmetric flounce adds a playful emphasis. Darts in the elbow area give shape to the the sleeve and add extra comfort that supports the close-fitting sleeve design.

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