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Dresses, skirts and more in shades of red are ultra-feminine and worn this season in combinations of tone on tone. This collection is from the August 2019 issue of BurdaStyle magazine.


Cargo trousers for the office are a go when they are like these in a delicate pink twill. Faux flap pockets as well as a belt and bands with D-rings at the waist and hem are true-to-style details.


The shimmering bands along the sleeves have the effect of a bolero style for the bodice. The swinging skirt panel makes it a seasonal piece that can also work beautifully in autumn with a pair of shaft boots.


Wear this look with a pair of red trousers or with black for a more relaxed look. This blouse features the peplum highlight and perfectly proportioned puff sleeves for a look that works for every fashion mood.


This fine silk shirt is so cool. The 80s details like overcut shoulders and deep-set sleeves are sure to draw appreciative glances your way.


This A-line skirt style has an elegant look thanks to the panel seams with the flounce inserts. Add an extra eye-catching effect to the look with a touch of color to the godets.


As a break in style worn under the thick cardigan or as shown here with a sexy pencil skirt, this basic top is so flexible (and so quick to sew!) that we recommend to sew it in many colors and prints.


So stylish! This well-fitted blazer features a contrast color button and rather than a lapel, a diagonal stitched pleat.


The cut of this shirt is pure in its lines – then you get a glint with the glamorous strips of sequin accent along the shoulders and the sleeves. If you don’t prefer the sparkle, simply switch the strips for a crêpe in contrast color.


Red and leather – always an exciting combination. The skirt with figure-shaping darts and front slit detail shows its contemporary update.


The relaxed cut of this jacket with its asymmetric front and darts in the sleeves is perfect for the first cool days. It is lined – this keeps the rough weave knit in shape for lots of wear.


This shirt is sewn with a semi-transparent burnout fabric for a look that is simple, though quite impressive. A skin tone slip shirt worn underneath can work well, too.

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