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This pattern collection is from the 04/2010 issue of BurdaStyle Magazine with updated instructions and is filled with easy-to-wear pieces and closet staples! You will find two perfect jackets for any closet, a classic trench coat and a collarless moto style jacket. There are also pants, skirts, dresses and a tunic! We’ve also paired these archived patterns with modern fabrics from Mood Fabrics!

123 Coat
123 coat fabric
Almond Buff Midweight Water-Resistant Cotton Canvas; Spanish Lino Striated Polyester-Cotton Canvas; Theory Birch Speckled Stretch Cotton Twill

Classic and oh-so chic! This perfect trench coat completes any closet and is a staple item that every woman should have. Throw it on over anything and cinch it at the waist for an immediately put together outfit!

122 Dress
122 dress fabric
Mint Solid Jersey; White Stretch Nylon-Rayon Ponte Roma; Olive Stretch Rayon Jersey

Sweet and simple. This easy-to-wear sleeveless dress features buttons up the front, above the waist, as well as a drawstring waist that can be tied in the back. Very flattering and easy to make!

121 Jacket
121 jacket fabric
Beige/Silver Sparkle Solid Canvas; Khaki Solid Brushed; 892 Warm Beige 9 inch Regular Zipper

This jacket is a timeless piece for every closet! It features an open, collarless neckline as well as zipper details near each wrist. A wonderful jacket to have on hand for chilly spring nights in the garden!

111B Skirt
111B skirt fabric
Steven Alan Burnt Olive Lightweight Herringbone Cotton; Slate Green Solid Cotton Twill; Marc Jacobs Thyme Green Chic Poplin Silk

This springtime skirt features a large bow and pleats. It will make your waist look teeny tiny!

110B Shirt
110B Shirt fabric
Pale Green Stretch Cotton Batiste; Meadowmist Green and Pale Taupe Fine Stripes Cotton Shirting; Green Tea Polka Dotted Cotton Voile

This adorable button-up tunic features pleats and an a-line silhouette. The sleeves button at the hems and hit just above the wrist. A perfect piece to effortlessly throw on!

107 pants
107 trousers fabric
Theory Sand and Mother Goose Stiped Cotton-Elastane Sateen; Frappe Brown Stretch Cotton Sateen; White and Beige Seersucker

These trousers have a boyfriend style fit and feature pleats in the front, two pockets and cuffed hems. Perfect for lounging around the garden on weekend with a button-up blouse.

102 Blouse
102 blouse fabric
Pale Blue Cotton Batiste; Powder Blue Solid Batiste; Bone Floral Embr & Eyelet

This sweet short sleeve top features a v-neckline with lapels. The double breasted buttons add an element of interest and difference.

Happy Sewing!


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    Apr 17, 2015, 09.26 PMby nrobson

    Good wardrobe there! X

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    Apr 16, 2015, 06.03 PMby tika1210

    I like the overall mood of this collection and the trench is very good. I however do not like all the advertisements – horrible.

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    Apr 16, 2015, 04.23 PMby nouvellegamine

    This is a good example of why I keep my old Burdas :) Everything is beautiful but the first trench, with those beautiful sleeves, is to die for.

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    Apr 16, 2015, 03.43 PMby emmiesix

    More like this please! There are loose, flowing styles here but not those darn tacky boxes… bring me back to 2010, I guess!

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      Apr 16, 2015, 04.21 PMby nouvellegamine

      totally agree.

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      Apr 17, 2015, 01.27 AMby ahorvath

      Yes, agree, bring back classy, stylish garments! Looks like recently ‘style’ is missing from Burda…
      I really love the dress, tunic, pants and the blouse, with all those soft, feminine details.

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    Apr 16, 2015, 02.00 PMby hcarthur

    Is there a pattern for the white skirt pictured with the short sleeve blouse? I would love to make that!

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      Apr 16, 2015, 03.42 PMby emmiesix

      me too!

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      Apr 16, 2015, 04.18 PMby nouvellegamine

      that’s a pretty basic skirt. I’m pretty sure there’s a pattern out there for a look alike :)

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    Apr 16, 2015, 01.16 PMby Jennifer Jacobs

    I still have this issue of Burda Style and the collection is one of my favourites! A lovely revival.

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      Apr 16, 2015, 04.18 PMby nouvellegamine

      me too! I love the soft colors and fabrics they used.

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