Remember that song "Hot night, summer in the city"? ..oh, what a lovely tune.. and a great melody to follow this issue of Burda magazine. Unlike this frosty morning, our Burda is at the peak of summer's joyful days.
Let's give it a go:
and a turban to complete the look
Our "brow lady" has changed her look
meaning: a change in fashion
Yes, this is how fashion shows used to look like
slow pacing models, carrying numbers of models
and everything was much more toned-down.
Up and about the sewing world.
My word: THIS is a lady with the style,
the posture, the feminine figure
(we should acknowledge beauty when we see it)
Look a t this gorgeous dress!
(and that waist circumference!)
Sort of like 1920's but a bit.. too much
Now we come to those odd-cuts
that are yet to grow into an actual style.
I can say I like the colors,
but I'm not sure about the shape of it all.
These I love!
These two dresses are wear-all-day kind of outfits.
No one would mind seeing you in the meeting looking like this.
What a hat!
..something for the end:
young ladies were gasping over these skirts..
and we can see why
If you're having a chilly, frosty and breezy morning that required your fast-pacing in order to stay warm, and a morning that has given your cheeks a natural blush.. I hope this issue of Burda magazine has given you some warmth and inspiration.
Have a marvelous Wednesday!