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Date: 8/31/11 7:33 AM

Burda have their October preview photos up.

And it was pointed out to me My Summer Touch that they've, err, "accessorised" one of the dresses with a large binder clip in one of the photos, ha!



(hint: look at her back waist!)

(original hi-res photo here)

Any bets on whether this important part of the fitting process will be included in the pattern instructions?
-- Edited on 8/31/11 7:38 AM --

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Date: 8/31/11 7:50 AM

LOL! I usually use them on the FRONT of a wrap dress - to keep it closed when sitting down! :eek:

As to the rest...apparently there is no in between in the skinny pants/wide leg pants with Burda, but I'm all for the wide legs! Love the vest too. Also that's about the 3rd time I've seen a cape for this fall/winter, which I'd like to consider but it's not too practical when running for the Metro!

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Date: 8/31/11 7:54 AM

Ok, how cool is this. I was wondering how do people on the Russian sites get all the extra Burda pics and I found out how when I was browsing a forum.

http://www.burdastyle.de/chameleon/mediapool/thumbs/c/5b/102-0511-B_1500x1500-ID244226-.jpg

Use this link and you just change the last digit. You get to see lots more pics from the magazine.

I've only had a chance to do a quick browse, but I think the issue looks good. But I would have to save my final judgement for the full preview.

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Date: 8/31/11 8:08 AM

Quote: michelle_01
http://www.burdastyle.de/chameleon/mediapool/thumbs/c/5b/102-0511-B_1500x1500-ID244226-.jpg



Use this link and you just change the last digit. You get to see lots more pics from the magazine.

Oh nice work!! You get an honorary Scooby Doo degree for that level of sleuthing!

I'm quite intrigued by the details on these boot cut trousers...

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Date: 8/31/11 8:55 AM

I think I need this issue! But I'll be sure not to use a binder clip to alter my creations.

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Date: 8/31/11 8:59 AM

I love the wrap dresses. Mrow!

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Date: 8/31/11 9:10 AM



This coat is intriguing. I really want a Persian lamb coat of some sort, and I love this version.

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Date: 8/31/11 9:25 AM

Another issue to have a closer look to ... Seems as if burda gets better in colder weather issues.

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Date: 8/31/11 9:26 AM

ETA: remove duplicate post
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Date: 8/31/11 10:55 AM

I am really excited about this issue. I am amazed by them really maybe I have been tooo hard on them in the past. They have to come up with all these patterns, then sew them up with really awesome fabrics. Do a photo shoot with the models then put the magazine together with the pattern peices printed and inserted with all instructions of every garment, And they have to do all of this in one month. I do good to get on burda item traced and made per month. How many people do you thing they have just sewing up what they design.

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