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Date: 11/22/13 2:12 PM

Gah, already at something with 2014 in the title!

Courtesy of our favourite Russian blogger, the first views of the January issue are here!

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Date: 11/22/13 2:39 PM

Oh man what a tease! After looking at the previews I'm gonna be counting the days till next month again! I didn't really think I was gonna care too much about the January issue since it historically is mostly cheesy costumes, but this issue has a few regular patterns that I really like too.

I'll be getting this issue mostly for this dress. I have a particular weakness for split-neck round collar designs; admittedly it's not a ground-breaking design, so some people probably own a version of this already, but I definitely could use this pattern. The styling in this picture is also excellent for Burda; it really looks like something that could be from a DVF lookbook:


Cute petal skirts. I wish they had photographed the solid-color version straight-on so I can see the details better, though:


This is another very simple pattern (and very likely a draped rectangle, which usually goes over with readers like a pile of bricks) but looks very flattering and elegant, and seems a great way to showcase a really special fabric, so I would totally make this:


Not totally sure if it's a skirt and top or a dress, but this outfit looks very cute (though I would do something other than neon pink):

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Date: 11/22/13 2:45 PM

Thanks for the link!

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Date: 11/22/13 3:29 PM

I really like the split collar dress too, the men's shirt looks nice and slim and that would be great for some of the men in my life!
Also, the leather jacket (blazer?) and this top.

(I always dislike the issues with the silly carnival costumes, they are so silly and overdone.)
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Date: 11/22/13 7:57 PM

I am in love with that striped top. It looks fun and incredibly flattering!

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Date: 11/23/13 5:33 AM

I like that top, but that's about it. Not my favorite issue!

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Date: 11/23/13 6:50 AM

I'm liking that striped top, but I"m not overly impressed by this issue.

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Date: 11/27/13 3:51 PM

i love the slouchy motorcycle jacket - especially the example sewn up in green suede.

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Date: 11/27/13 4:48 PM

Ooh mannequin shots.

This costume is pretty useless to me but I have to say, I love the pleated bustle, very fab:


Now that I can actually see the construction details on the striped top, I like it a lot (I would make it up in a non-striped fabric for myself though):

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Date: 11/27/13 7:38 PM

Someone posted a few preview photos of the Burda December magazine. For those of you with more experience (and me without a subscription), does anyone know of a place to pick up a single issue? I tried Hancock and they didn't have anything.

Thanks, Jeanie

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