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This moody collection from the April 2010 issue of BurdaStyle is full of beautiful classics that can be dressed up or down. Safari style jackets, pants and skirts as well as a feminine dresses and tunics. All these pattern have been re-released with updated sewing instructions!

143A pants

These trousers fit perfectly thanks to comfortable waistband with an elastic back. The trousers end above the ankle and can be buttoned with a narrow button!

141 shirt

This long sleeve shirt is long enough to be considered a tunic and features an interesting and trendy tie-up front. Pair with skinny slacks or leggings!

144 Shirt

This shirt made from flowing jersey makes is charming with small wrinkles at the cinched waist. Pair with a statement necklace and skinny pants!

143B pants

These eye-catching shell pants remains discreet yet stylish. They have creases in the front and close with a side zipper while an elastic back guarantees maximum comfort.

142 Tunic

This tunic is made in an alluring satin fabric and features beautiful bell sleeves and a tie-up section in over the torso of the garment. Pair with leggings or slacks and add a belt if you wish to cinch the waist!

145 Dress and Scarf

This supple jersey dress with a plunging neckline exudes pure femininity! The pleat in the front gives is an A-line silhouette and beautiful flow. Wear with this scarf made out of a delicate chiffon. If you like to sew tassels at the ends!

140 Skirt

This flattering and fitted skirt features a pocket detail on the side, that adds interest to a basic item. Pair with everything in your closet and dress it up or down depending on the fabric you choose!

139 jacket

Safari style! This trendy jacket in a utility style features a cinched waist for a flattering silhouette, darts for a perfect fit and plenty of convenient pockets.

Happy Sewing!


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    Oct 4, 2016, 11.17 PMby Andreagai

    I really like these styles a lot but as I don’t have a waist anymore it’s a bit hard to wear a belt to sinch in at the waist- just doesn’t look very nice on me. Older and less shapely models would be good to give a more accurate view on plus sizes. The models you use are lovely but for older people it may be more appropriate to use different models. You guys do a great job otherwise!

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    Jun 17, 2015, 09.42 AMby nayyesa

    nice article

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    Jun 15, 2015, 09.19 PMby jailbirdjubie

    I’m not a huge fan of safari-style clothing, but I do like some of these pieces. Also, I’m seeing a trend here. Every time you release a collection in the plus category, if the collection was from a few years ago, such as this one or the Business Trip collection, it’s usually flattering and a generally nice group. If the collection is more recent, such as the Serengeti Dreams or Good Team Plus Size collections, they are usually odd and unflattering pieces. Maybe it’s just me, I don’t know. Anyone else feel that way?

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      Jun 16, 2015, 04.41 AMby tika1210

      Yes I see where you are coming from – that being said much like you I am not a fan of this style.

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    Jun 15, 2015, 05.31 PMby CoveredButtons

    Very pretty model!

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