Burda style mai 2019. A Year in Review: BurdaStyle Magazine 2019

May 2019 BurdaStyle Magazine

Burda style mai 2019

Or are you finding your fall sewing plans elsewhere? I think it could look cooler with maybe some color blocking or pipping details, or maybe in a print? I really love the structure and shape of this design, and I think it looks equally great over the sleek turtleneck and the softer blouse. Great dresses and jackets but a bit repetitive for tops and trousers. Thanks for another great year of blogging! The silhouette rides the line between being fitted and relaxed, and I think that will appeal to a lot of people. Or should they be a place of escapism and pretty fantasy images? Had to go back and look at May, completely forgot about it, and loved several of the patterns! And the styling of it is absolutely chic. But, regardless, nothing exists in a vacuum, and I find the potential dialogue between fashion and politics really interesting with these images.

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Burda Style n°233

Burda style mai 2019

Like others have said your blog is a great place for discussing sewing patterns and personal style. When you get the paper copy, look at the crafts section. The fabric choice is perhaps not what I would have gone for personally, but I do like the neckline and hem of this style. I like how this one has a sort of peplum feel with a really defined waistline. It will probably be a quick sew, and the hem detail is an easy but fun feature.

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December 2019 BurdaStyle Magazine

Burda style mai 2019

The v-neckline with the crossover panel is really elegant, and the twist belt can add a touch of interest to an otherwise simple design. I do like the long, narrow slit detail in the front of the top; it adds a touch of interest without being too open or bare. They are like just large enough to be like, look giant pockets, but not so large as to be totally crazy. Would do snaps rather than buttons though. I did wear waistcoats last time round, though I have less waist now so might not go there. Like, she totally makes me love everything in the black and grey themed photoshoot.

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BurdaStyle Magazine November 2019

Burda style mai 2019

This one is definitely going on the list. I also really like 114 twist blouse, that looks easy to make but looks quite chic. The high waisted waistband is also a nice feature as well. The collar detail is fabulous, and I think I must grade this down because I really need one of these in my wardrobe. That woven t-shirt thing fascinates me, but without the ribbon… Looks like a pattern that could be adapted and well-worn. I also love the wider neckline.

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A Year in Review: BurdaStyle Magazine 2019

Burda style mai 2019

I sort of want to love it, but I sort of also know I would never wear it out of the house. This year started off great — I think the designs in the January-June issues were great adds to the stash. I really like how Burda has showcased it in both a more casual print and a really fancy satin — I think it work equally well in both cases. And in some cases it is eye opening. Yay, finally an issue this year that has me excited! It has a bit of a slimmer profile, but the draping is a nice feature that prevents it from being too boring.

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Burda Style n°233

Burda style mai 2019

It seems people like me from the other side of the world would have to say good bye. This looks like a really simple pattern to sew, but it also looks really cozy and warm for the winter. A : Deep set-in sleeves and quilted pleats that let the extra volume spring casually from the midsection give this blouse a modern twist and style. The front slit seems to be somewhat unnecessary, but also easy enough to just sew together as a normal seam. Maybe it would look better in a different fabric choice? The bodice has a lot more fitting lines that other similar shirt dresses.

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BurdaStyle Magazine October 2019

Burda style mai 2019

Also, what do you think about the actual patterns this month? This one is a pass for me, but I will say that I think the simple style does make it work well in both a print and a solid. That vintage reprint just may become my anniversary dress next year. It is so fun to see a discussion of patterns and sewing. The gathered sleeves are such a fun detail! Plus it could be a fun way to play with texture and print like Burda has done here. . For a timeless look, sew it in a black or white and match the buttons. I love the pipping detail, and the giant pockets great for carrying around phones and other things.

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