Burda Style May 2012 issue–made it’s appearance in my post box


Although it made its appearance a good few days ago, I have not had the chance to pick my favourites from it yet.

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So from this issue these are my favourites:

I love both  the top and the shorts. Already added them on my future project list.SNV32627

 

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One look at this  skirt and I was in love. I like both the 3/4 length and the knee length one as well. But think I’ll stick with solid colour. I find that the side pleats look better on solids.

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Another colour blocking project.

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I’m thinking two bold colours for this dress. Still thinking about one or maybe two. What do you think?

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Another lovely dress in plus update section.

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We also got a few DIY Trend ideas if you fancy this kind of thing.

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2 thoughts on “Burda Style May 2012 issue–made it’s appearance in my post box

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    1. Thank you! Yes I will be doing that pencil skirt with the pleats! But I’ll make the shorter version in solid colour. As I am too short:)

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