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Relaxed and sporty cuts, great-mood color patterns in Hawaiian style…These breezy outfits from the 07/2017 issue of BurdaStyle give you a beach glow from the inside out – no matter where you are.

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The casing at the shoulder lets the cutout be adjusted to your preference on this top – or rather, how much tanned skin should peek through … The deep dip of the sleeve looks great with a flash of your bikini top.

109 surfer

This one is not just for a beach cover up. Wear this cropped top with piping trim along the raglan sleeves in combination with a high-waisted trouser or skirt for a super look in the city.

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A 70s style in its most creative form! This oversized crochet flower is more beautiful than a collar necklace and the neckline, hem and halter strap are matched with the zigzag shape.

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A light summer breeze fully shows the fun in this skirt. The inverted pleats are charming and add to the structured swing, while the cotton makes it wonderfully light. The blue and white petersham accents at the waistband and the hem give it an extra zest.

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The relaxed vibe makes it even sexier. The straps of the dress with the dipped hem skirt tie in the back – so you can decide how deep you would like the neckline to plunge.

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What do you need in every travel case? Naturally, these comfortable fit trousers with the hem bands! The softly draping viscose keeps the waistband light, even with the wide casing and small items fit perfectly in the hip yoke pockets.

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Are you headed from sightseeing straight to the beach? Then this boldy patterned kaftan with the plunging neckline is the right choice. To keep the look drawn in, a fabric belt at the waistline can be adjusted to comfort.

104A surfer

Look familiar? Sewn in a peach shade of crêpe, the classic bomber jacket is suddenly absolutely feminine and can also double as a blouse. The collar gets a 3D effect from a touch of wadding and the zippered front is brought into focus with a sporty textured petersham trim.

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A sporty cut paired with an exotic print get these holiday pieces ready-to-wear straight from the sewing machine. These shorts are sewn with an easy-care viscose. Decorative tying bands and gathered side seams have you in the vacation spirit.

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This romper is more practical than a dress, though being at least as lovely. The romper draws attention not only due to the fun and bright print. It is remarkably fun also for the gathered shoulders and waistline, as well as the mini hem ruffles.

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Whether shopping or skateboarding, this mini dress is just right, with its racer tank front neckline bodice, accented with a stitched on petersham trim at the waistline. The bodice is shaped along the body, then gets a kick toward the hem with the swinging circle skirt. Simply lengthen it to a midi and it works well for the office or to cocktails.

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A relaxed hippie feeling for denim and more. This two-tone crochet belt with the metal clasp is also a great holiday project for those times when you have to leave the sewing machine at home.

134 surfer

A relaxed alternative to the straw hat. This striped hat is made with a cotton yarn. Get busy crocheting!

Download all these surfer style in the discounted pattern collection bundle here!


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    Jul 9, 2017, 07.17 AMby nrobson

    Cool man! They’re summer and surfing all over, a funky light mood and prints :p

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    Jul 4, 2017, 07.14 PMby auschick

    Those swim bottoms with that crop top are adorable!! Are the swim bottoms a Burda pattern? If so, which one?

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      Jul 4, 2017, 08.13 PMby juliaheart

      I’d like to know too!! They’re so cute!

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    Jul 4, 2017, 04.10 AMby sixteenstitches

    OMG I love this collection! My mum bought me the magazine back from Europe to Australia. So glad the patterns are online too!! I can’t even decide on which one to make first! Yay!!

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