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This collection combines relaxed denim styles that are integrated into business classics. There are exotic and beautiful elements in terms of details that are drawn into the everyday. Wrap tops, dresses and jackets are just some of the classic pieces included in this collection from the 02/2018 issue of BurdaStyle magazine.

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Envious glances are sure to come your way when you step into work wearing this quilted jacket. The printed piping trim in crêpe de chine at the collar edges, front edges and along the pockets; and covered snaps make this style a true eye-catcher.

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The front is classic blouse fashion – the surprise is in the playful view in back. The 7/8-sleeves are slightly flared toward the hem and are finished in the style of a kimono.

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This unlined tunic sewn with a pinstripe linen has a separate tying belt to let you adjust the fit to comfort. Thigh high boots and modest jewellery work for the office, or a clutch and ankle boots to be ready for an evening out.

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This relaxed blouse is a classic cut that is easy to sew!

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Are you on the lookout for a quick sewing project? Then this jersey shirt is just what you’re looking for. The sophisticated draping results from the offset side seam.

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Blazer…blouson…kimono: This extravagant jacket with the wide raglan sleeves combines best features of business-wear and sportswear.

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The cut of the jacket is borrowed from the kimono. The closure free front band has a faux wrap effect when drawn closed with the separate tying belt. The generous size of the pattern pieces makes this jacket a great choice for jacquards and printed fabrics.

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Do you recognize the look? The basic pattern for this wrap blouse is the same as this dress. This one secures the tying belt right into the side seam. Flutter sleeves and a Mandarin collar lend an extra bit of flair.

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Whether it is business or a day in the city, this wrap dress is a clear choice with its clean lines. The matching obi belt with the patterned accent on the backside underlines the Asian vibe. Style tip: Drainpipe jeans worn underneath relax the look.

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A panel at the waist and a swinging insert at the hem add extra charm to this midi dress that outlines the feminine silhouette. The upper arm and side seam are decorated with tiny covered buttons.

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3 Comments

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    Feb 26, 2018, 03.36 PMby nrobson

    Ooh these styles are right up my street! Including the prints, the total looks =D

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    Feb 25, 2018, 07.17 PMby Mokara

    Nice collection. I want to make the midi dress and the wrap dress. Haven’t been able to find the right fabrics yet, any suggestions?

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    Feb 22, 2018, 12.45 AMby hamletta

    I so love that last dress. It’s kinda ’30s style, something I want to wear at Easter.

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