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Goodbye, black: Good mood shades and exotic prints are the stars of this season for every party – and with versatile basics they can be great for the office, as well! This plus size collection is from the 04/2019 issue of BurdaStyle magazine.

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This dress with the V-neckline is sexy, yet wonderfully elegant. The sleeves are left unlined – for an alluring peek of skin, and the cuff bands are tied into sweet bows.

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Even sewing this blouse will put you in a great mood thanks to the on-trend tropical print fabric. For a festive occasion, you can choose to sew it in a vibrant shade of silk satin.

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As the temperatures start to rise, these breezy and relaxed trousers sewn in an easy-care twill are great to have at your fingertips. The wide waistband lays close to the body and is attractive with tucked in tops, as well.

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This cherry red blazer with its long and extended shawl collar is a look that brings you right into the limelight. The easy-care fabric keeps wrinkles at bay making it also a perfect choice for the travel case.

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At first glance, an unadorned look. The details, however, speak for themselves. The below the knee style features stunning details like the topstitched fabric bands and a small slit in front.

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This blouse style is incredibly elegant. An asymmetric collar and overcut shoulders drop to generous sleeves that end in cuffs finished with delicate, shiny buttons.

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A party look or a day in the office … even a holiday style! A trouser cut that transitions well with a wide waistband to beautifully shape the figure and is sewn with a flowing viscose.

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The classic black blazer is refreshed this season with this soft blazer style and a shawl collar look. If the full trouser suit look is too much, combine the jacket with a pair of slim fit trousers or jeans.

Get ready for the Spring and sew up ALL these plus size patterns with the discounted pattern collection bundle here!

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    2 days ago, 01.36 PMby tphammonds

    Why do all Burda “plus size” patterns seem to cover as much skin as possible? It’s not flattering. All of these patterns hide our best assets – voluptuous curves! Come on, guys. I want something that compliments my body, not covers it like a trash bag. My favorite Burda patterns are “regular” size, and I will end up grading them up to fit me. Why am I forced to take that unnecessary step?

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    Apr 16, 2019, 07.08 PMby nikkinicole36

    For plus size women, all they simply need to do is keep the same patterns but increase the current size range. Plus size women don’t want to look any bigger than they already are. Almost none of the Burda plus size patterns are flattering. You guys have to do better than this. They simply recycle all the same old plus size patterns as though one does not notice.

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    Apr 10, 2019, 01.29 PMby Omalena

    Why does Plus size have to look so Sloppy. Either the model is too thin for the clothes or she is not a true Plus size. The Blazers are what I see my self sewing. Blouses look like they are just hanging on the shoulders.

    These photos are perfect examples of why plus size fashion is not very attractive.

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