What you will see in this issue of Burda magazine are two completely different ways of dressing up; that we sometimes even think of as entirely two different eras in clothing history. Yet, here they are, standing together in the same issue of our darling Burda:
1. the body hugging skirts, and tight suits
2. flared skirts and liberating (let's even call them: bold) prints
Take a loof for yourselves:
I can only image her going to a ball;
this is a true Cinderella-dress
(no, I haven't seen the film, and I don't know am I even going to)
TOSCA still sells things, you know?
Check them out, HERE
Here, I think, we are introduced to
"letters from our readers" - ever so popular
Yeah, she lost weight
but more than that: that swimsuit is magnificent!
"The mysterious Lady M"?!
I'm left with no words - this dress
is a pure dream, the shape, the pattern and that bow...
Three images and the text:
A colorful palette of beautiful colors
Soft ersay hugs the figgure
Want to know what's HIP?
This dress is, according to Burda editors. :)
Take a look at the gracious cut on the dress in upper left
it's making asuper-slimming effect
hence: I would love to have it.
As a matter of fact, when I think of it, we spend most of our time in-between seasons; and the tragedy is - we pay so little attention to that important time. Most of our clothes are winter-friendly coats or summer loving dresses - and we somehow fail to realize that Spring and Autumn are not just a "passing" seasons - no, no.. they are lasting, and they are perfect for so much fashion statement pieces - just like THAT green dress in the image.
See, she's in the office.
Now no one can say MY outfits is not suitable. :)
What to wear in day-time?
Here are some hints.
They call it the "cassual style"
It's kind of funny, isn't it? Since, nowadays - WE would
call it "posh".
"For the first days of Autumn"
(we'd call it: shirt-dresses)
Well - I'm not sure I'd be able to play badmington
in flip-flops.. but, that's just me.
Have a great day, my dear friends!!!