March 2024: The New Issue of Burda Style!

The new monthly issue for March 2024 is coming out this Friday! Discover our collections featuring flagship themes inspired by the latest runway trends.

The first collection showcases retro, sporty cuts with a chic look, featuring a palette of vintage shades and color blocking. As a bonus, two pieces for men can be made! Following that are romantic flower prints placed on poetically feminine blouses and shirts, ideal for the mid-season. Then botanical prints and astonishing fabrics like satin blend with the utilitarian fashion trend, forming a set of urban, casual, and feminine pieces. Lastly, explore our special Sixties best-of collection, where beautiful designs remain among the most popular pieces to sew.

A Retro Sports Podium

 A retro sports podium A retro sports podium

Retro pieces are in vogue! Here, the cuts embody the codes of the seventies, where sporty details blend with classic cuts and British chic elegance!

On the left, the sweatshirt 112 is a classic in men's fashion with refined details: zippered and contrasted collar with color-blocked sleeves.

On the right, the blazer 105 is tailored and fitted at the shoulders. It boasts a timeless chic cut with a lapel collar, patch pockets, and a superb retro checkered fabric.

Gentle Fragrance of Flowers

 A gentle scent of flowers A gentle scent of flowers

Blouses and shirts are favorites for the mid-seasons, and sewing them for the arrival of spring is a real pleasure.

On the left, the blouse 108 is a feminine piece with a successful combination of openwork embroidery and a beautiful soft blue Liberty print! We love the V-neck and the visible buttoning on the front.

On the right, the shirt 110 is airy with beautiful volume. The armholes are low, and the front is designed to look like a wrap. This is such a poetic and elegant piece that's very pleasant to wear!

Utility Jungle

Utility JungleUtility Jungle

Practical details and aesthetic cuts, here utilitarian fashion is accompanied by jungle prints and a botanical palette for a result as surprising as it is stylish.

On the left, the cut is simple to make (and to wear), yet the t-shirt 114 doesn't go unnoticed thanks to the sequin fabric that gives it that added value. This basic piece will be easy to combine with any garment!

On the right, the cut of pants 119, inspired by track pants and made of fluid viscose, is truly comfortable! And we cannot forget to mention how original it is, with the black and white print! We love the high side slits and the lacing up to the knees, creating a guaranteed wow effect.

Sixties Best-Of

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New dress codes? Clean and straight lines! The sixties decade remains unmatched in terms of fashion innovation.

On the left, the dress shirt 126 embodies the spirit of the Swinging Sixties with a Peter Pan collar, cuff sleeves, a trapeze cut, and an almost hypnotic tie print. The silhouette is no longer accentuated, yet the cut remains timelessly modern.

On the right, the tunic dress 127 doesn't present great technical complexity with its straight line, bust darts, and sublime trumpet sleeves. And thanks to its short length, you can showcase your legs beautifully!

These designs and many more can be found in the 03/2024 issue of Burda Style, available for sale in shops from mid-February 2024 or on our website