Very, very late, but here it is!
It looks like Burda FINALLY released a juicy issue. It is just my impression or spring issues are usually a little better than the rest?
But before we get to the nice stuff, let's get our hands dirty with some unavoidable ugliness:
Moving on and up a little bit, there a couple questionable patterns:
I want to like these blouses, but I just can't. I don't understand if it's because of fabric choices and styling, but they look so awkward to me!
It's so weird, the plus size patterns are usually classic and flattering design... Not really this month.
Now... Are you ready for the good stuff? There's a lot of it!
Favorite pattern of this month. There's also a shorter version made in a non-sheer fabric that looks more casual and it's equally beautiful, but the gown is prettier to look at.
Of course, this is not a boob-friendly dress. I have a C cup and I can't go braless (I feel too self-conscious, I just can't) so I'm crying a little bit.
Classic. Understated. Great blank canvas for a number of variations. Love it!
The photo sucks, but this is so cute! Very flattering, and feminine with a touch of retro.
Very cute! The gathering at the center front adds interest and femininity.
For once, J'ADORE the styling of the photo.
Vintage pattern of the month.
If you have the right combination of fabric and lace trim, this could look extremely sweet.
This looks very similar to the princess seam dress above, but I love the idea of the contrast trim.
Gorgeous lines! Not that you can tell shit from that terrible photo.
Again, cute and retro. Not the dress for me, but this might look spectacular on a petite girl.
Are you happy?
This was the last issue in my subscription, and I think I would have gone and buy it if hadn't received it. What about you?bur