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Date: 6/1/12 7:36 AM

change the last digit....
Burda

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Date: 6/1/12 8:10 AM

Thanks!

This bias top (minus the bow) looks to be an awesome basic for a little silk shell.



This dress is lovelier for all the details!!



I'm pretty sure this is a hospital gown, ewwww:


This is quite retro-cute though!

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Date: 6/1/12 8:16 AM

I couldn't really tell if I liked this dress on the model but I absolutely LOVE it now I've seen it on the dress form.

I also really like some of the flapper dresses (this one in particular) although unfortunately I'm pretty sure that shape doesn't suit me.

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Date: 6/1/12 8:27 AM

There's about 10 I really like and will eventually get around to making.

One of them is a Pippa Middleton dress I liked, although they have the handkerchief hem where hers was straight.

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Date: 6/1/12 9:16 AM

Thanks, peaudane!

@Squirrellypoo: the words "bias top" are enough to send me swooning!!! I might have FINALLY found a pattern for these cotton and linen cuts I keep accumulating despite my better judgement.

Love the pleated dress : I hope it's a woven because I have this coral cotton faille and the featured fabric looks similar.

and I just pinned an Ala´a dress that looks a lot like that (or maybe it's the print? whatever!)

Now I need LINE DRAWINGS
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Date: 6/1/12 9:58 AM

It's nice to get a better look at the garments; some of them look really different here, compared to the photos with the models. I really hope that black dress is for a woven, too.

I didn't see a picture for the coral dress from the earlier previews, though. I was really interested in seeing the bodice more clearly.
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Date: 6/1/12 11:49 AM

Wow, this looks like a great issue. Love the "Saturday Night Flapper" 70s / 20s hybrid. There are a ton of really appealing dresses. Looking forward to seeing line drawings.

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Date: 6/1/12 2:28 PM

I like the neck on that "hospital gown." Not sure why they used hospitally fabric for that blouse, but I think it would be pretty in the right fabric. I've seen lots of blouses with gathered necklines recently and have discovered they actually look good on me (go figure).

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Date: 6/1/12 3:50 PM

The bias top appears to have raw edges, which should make it both fast and unusual. I recall an issue a couple of years back when they ran this same pattern in white handkerchief linen. It looked good.

These pants kind of mystify me, though:

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Date: 6/1/12 6:54 PM

Those trousers really are baffling. Perhaps there are secretly women out there with a pressing desire to show off that particular square inch of skin and/or the underwear they are wearing. I am not among their number, but at least we now know there is a solution for them.

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