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Date: 6/24/13 6:21 AM

Hello everybody! :)
http://p-an-da.blogspot.ru/2013/06/burda-82013.html
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Date: 6/24/13 6:37 AM

Thank you for posting this!

I don't think this is going to be my favourite issue (so many EPIC RUFFLES, not really my taste at all!) but there are a few things I'm taken with. I really like this jacket, for one:



As well as the same jacket with a contrast texture centre panel.

Also, I'm pretty sure this plus-sized dress:



is a plus-sized version of that vintage designer dress from 11/2012 that I've seen a few of made up a few times now. I don't think I've ever seen them do that before with a vintage pattern.

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Date: 6/24/13 7:53 AM

Is it just me, or is there a LOT of 1980s vibe going on in this issue?

(Love that the vintage dress is being sized up! I wear mine all the time!)

Also, WHOA! print placement alert! CROTCH SQUARE!

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Date: 6/24/13 10:16 AM

I definitely thought there was a major 80s vibe to the photos -- the big ruffled collars, the bows at the neck, the boxy tops and jackets all screamed 80s to me, plus the styling felt very 80s-retro too. Pretty sure I wore this outfit to school c. 1987, for a start:

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Date: 6/24/13 1:15 PM

Quote: westmoon
I really like this jacket, for one:







As well as the same jacket with a contrast texture centre panel.

I need this pant suit in my life, period! LOL

I kind of like the Victorian leather jacket but only platonically, of course (last week was all 40C/100F and we are at almost-storm no 8 or 9, so even the thought of leather makes me feel faint!!!)


and the Mega Peplum of Death could be toned down with a softer draping fabric:



but why wear it with a fly-front pant??? Those pleats are plenty enough design detail at crotch-level, IMO.

I suspect the solid versions of the prints are revealing rather meh style line. Ex: the grey lace dress vs the mauve silk one.

I will say that the printed Plus dress looks cute from this distance:


but I suspect the print is doing all the heavy lifting and that it is a rather shapeless shirtdress because this looks like the other version:


And this must be the Designer pattern of the month:


Doesn't it remind you of that Vogue American Designer pattern with similar lines?

Otherwise, I am editing so heavily, it's a Bad Sign.

As always, for me, the line drawings will do the talking...
-- Edited on 6/24/13 1:18 PM --

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Morphology: Petite at 1m53 (5'), Burda size altered 19 or altered 38, Big 4 size 10 or 12 depending on ease;
Alterations: Petite, Narrow Shoulders, Slim Arms, Narrow waist, Increase Back Crotch Depth. Considering: Forward Neck/Rounded Upper Back, Slight Swayback;
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Date: 6/24/13 2:12 PM

It's issues like this that make me not regret cancelling my subscription.

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Date: 6/24/13 2:12 PM

All this boxiness and ruffles are not for me!

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Date: 6/24/13 2:58 PM

Holy neck ruffles Batman!

The kids are cute! Is it their outfits or them?? ;-)

That red suit is IT. I would go buy that off the rack, right now if I could. I love it. Otherwise, the only thing I think could be effortlessly chic with the right styling is the plum/eggplant cape. I like it. Probably not on my short, thick body but on someone!

Those leather pants with the unfortunate pleating? Gah.

Those silky lounge pants with the crotch box? OUCH!

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Date: 6/24/13 3:43 PM

Thank you so much for posting this preview. Can't wait to get my issue. I am intrigued how they restyled the '80s. I came of age during that decade so it is neat to see how designers are pulling elements from that decade and reinterpreting them for are current lifestyle.

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Date: 6/24/13 3:53 PM

Like with everything else fashion related, there is personal editing that needs to be done.

The crotch box pants? I love them. In that fabric? Actually, yes, but a solid would work better in my wardrobe, and likely in a linen since silky like that screams PJ pants to me.

Glad to see a long sleeved maxi and I love both short red dresses. There's about 6 other pieces that I liked.

I find this better then July, to be honest. Even with the wonky fabric choices, there are a lot that are on trend and be good to add to the wardrobe. Groundbreaking? No, but they are nice takes on modern basic pieces.

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