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Sexy ladies, scorching outfits and a whole lot of fun! The legendary Studio 54 remains a grand measure of coolness. We gathered inspiration from the look in this collection from the November 2016 issue of BurdaStyle – and found dresses, jackets and tops to add that special sparkle of beauty and focus the attention on you.


The bias cut of the chiffon gives a gorgeous drape to this dress with the bust support and flounces.


The pleats, that are softly drawn in with the tying bands, give this tank sewn in burnout velvet with the American style cutaway neckline, a dramatic depth.


Ready to go! The tank sewn with a metallic chiffon and with slightly broader straps than usual is a choice that is a highlight for the party scene, though it works during the day with a blazer, jeans and a pair of sneakers just as well.


A super stylish look that sews together quickly and a true last-minute project for a great wardrobe addition. The dress is sewn with a painted jersey and drops along the shoulders and back to expose some sexy bare skin – a cool alternative to maxi-decolleté…


Jeans, a silk top, a jacket with eye-catching glitter to pull it together – and out the door with the coolest party outfit of the season! The piped trim gets an extra texture from cording and is sewn in at the seam attaching the gathered peplum.


So comfortable that you will feel ready to party as soon as you pull this dress on. The large flounce runs from the lower armhole curve through to the hem and increases in width from top to bottom. The deep black sequin fabric captures the light for a sparkle that changes with every move.


In stark contrast to the velvet top, pair the look with these leather leggings sewn in faux leather. The wide shaping yoke gives a perfect fit without feeling tight.


Fashionistas know that the jumpsuit is key to being able to move freely on the dance floor – more fluid than a tight evening dress. This style is sewn with a glamour jersey and dramatic pleats that make it festive. Slits at the neckline and at the raglan sleeves are a sexy peek-a-boo.


Simply cool: An all-around cool choice that gets extra points when sewn in the woven knit with metallic coated underside. The relaxed cut of the coat is finished at the edges with a stretch binding.


The hem skims just below the knee and the neckline sits high in front. A plunging back and transparent sleeves add an element of surprise and spirit to the crisp dress sewn with the glittery and partially lined texture effect fabric.


Do you think glamour and cold weather aren’t compatible? This dress might change your mind! Long sleeves and a playful knee-length skirt cover to keep you warm, while the sequin fabric is enchanting. Wear a pair of strappy boots with a heel to finish a stunning look.

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Happy Sewing!


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    Oct 28, 2016, 09.46 AMby AbbiePhilpott1

    Love the pants

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    Oct 23, 2016, 01.10 AMby hello Itsme

    nice lines to all these. i like the JS too! xx

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    Oct 21, 2016, 06.37 PMby Bartek Janeczko

    Wow, you have nice style ! I love it.

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    Oct 19, 2016, 09.52 PMby loribee

    I am dying to know where that amazing fabric on the coat came from! Does anyone know if it can be purchased? Or know of something similar? Seriously, I think I’m dying over here…

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    Oct 18, 2016, 06.35 PMby Nuliajuk

    I wish they wouldn’t photograph black garments against a black background. It’s really hard to see what the garment actually looks like.

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    Oct 17, 2016, 07.00 PMby Maria Hayek

    Ooooh! I’ve been looking forward to this jumpsuit! Love it!

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      Oct 18, 2016, 06.36 PMby Nuliajuk

      A real human being! I was beginning to think the only people left posting here were spammers.

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      Oct 19, 2016, 06.21 AMby Maria Hayek

      Nah, we real peope still exist :D

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