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Romantic design details and comfortable fabrics are full-on style for the cold months with flexible looks that combine to give you lots of possibilities. This pattern collection is from the 12/2018 issue of BurdaStyle magazine.


This skirt is pure elegance with a splash of coolness. An asymmetric front panel replaces the walking slit and a wide yoke shapes the waist.


You love capes – if only they weren’t so unpractical…Here is your answer! Some extra-wide sleeves and a relaxed fit give this style with the challis funnel neck and an asymmetric buttoning placket a stunning look, though it also leaves you with comfort and freedom to move.


An elegant toss of the attached shawl across the shoulder adds panache to an otherwise simply cut blouse sewn with a fine crêpe. The shawl cascades casually in back.


This blouse is full of extra contrast for a “wow” effect. A velvet band along the shawl collar and black buttons are bold against the brilliant white plumetis for a statement style and the cropped voluminous sleeves add extra finesse.


This is another must-have for every wardrobe this season! A classic bouclé jacket with princess seams and flap pockets. The newest season update: Sparkling rhinestones along the upper edge replace the collier necklace.


The straight-line cut of this dress is wonderfully romantic. A fun flounce accents the lower hem and sparkling stones outline at the neck. Pair it with a lace blouse underneath to underline a soft look, or lean toward a clean-line look by wearing a cotton pullover or a T-shirt.


Our new favorite dress has arrived! The shawl collar stretches the neckline and the pleats laid along the yoke at the waist beautifully shape the figure, while the jacquard knit makes it absolutely comfortable.


This shirt is warm like a sweater and flows as elegantly as a blouse. The top portion is a cozy knitted fabric and the flounce on the bottom is set at a diagonal and cut on the bias to drape along the hips – an especially great look when paired with narrow trousers and pencil skirts.

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    Dec 28, 2018, 08.04 PMby LakeWylieMom

    I love everything but the pink dress, that does not work on my body style.

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