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A-Line dresses, jacquard fabrics and candy colors – combined with clean lines and playful prints add an extra dose of lively elegance with a nod to the sixties. This fun and summery collection is from the 07/2018 issue of BurdaStyle magazine.

Click here to see every pattern from the July 2018 issue in our digital preview lookbook!


The special visual accent of these 7/8-trousers comes from the slight flare of the hem panel just past the knees. They close with a zipper in the side seam. While the style is already quite an eye catcher, the rest of the look can be subdued.


An uncomplicated style with a fashionable effect. The printed fabric for this raglan sleeve blouse adds fun to the relaxed impression. The sleeves include slits that begin at the shoulder and tie with a knot at the hem. The plunging neckline in back is a beautiful detail.


The embossed fantasy weave fabric for this dress sets the fashion tone and requires very little in additional style elements. Perfect, for uncomplicated summer days where you still want to feel stylish. The A-line silhouette emphasizes its sixties charm. A practical and sophisticated choice as pockets are efficiently sewn into the panel seams.


The wide and boxy shape of the yoke with overcut shoulders makes this softly draping satin blouse especially relaxed. The round buttons at the neckline are covered in the same fabric as the blouse and underline the retro optic.


This fun top lets our girlish side get a bit of a showcase. How so? A band at the neckline, fabric covered buttons, a drawstring casing in the waist and naturally, the wide tying bands at the shoulders that wrap into a fun bow. Bonus: This style is one that is easily adjusted to a dress length!


Double support is best! The sophisticated bikini top stays perfectly in place. The adjustable straps can be knotted in back, worn in a halter style or simply removed. The ample coverage bikini bottoms with a knotted details are flattering on the figure.


A vacation wearing the trapezoid skirt featuring the deep inverted box pleat that gets paired with a crop top or a bikini top is sure to make a fantastic first impression. For everyday, you can look just as stunning to combine it with a blouse.


Vintage fashion fans will find this to be a must-have! A structured stretch cotton skirt panel with a contrast of flowing viscose print at the bodice and extravagant appliqués along the hem revive the spirit of the sixties.


The knee-skimming culottes have the first impression of a pleated skirt. A matching self-belt defines the waist and keeps the feminine silhouette.

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