Burda includes patterns and tips for every occasion – whether you are a pro designer, DIYer, or hobbyist, if your passion is creating a suit to suit you, Burda welcomes you home. Whether it’s a skirt, a tunic, a coat, knitwear or a flowing boho summer sundress: Burda can give you a pattern, and teach you to make it. And when you’re a little more confident with your new skills, Burda can develop them even further. Let your creativity shine in every occasion.
Is creating beautiful clothes from scratch a passion for you? Get to grips with your creative flair with the help of Burda, which includes everything you need from patterns and tips to beautiful glossy pictures of what to aim for. Whether you’re after the classic LBD (little black dress – duh!) but want the added dimension of the pride and satisfaction that comes from creating your own, with Burda you can mimic the high street styles or go for something more unique. When you create your own clothes, your look is truly within your own hands, and you can literally be whoever you make yourself. What do you think about exposed zips? Strong statements and straight-forward outfits, or subtle, classic cuts?
Burda is all about what you can bring to your own wardrobe, and having it exactly the way you want it. Whether you are gorgeous curvaceous hourglass, or a waifish Kate Moss look-alike, Burda’s included patterns and practical tips allow you to encapsulate your creativity into a work of art that you don’t have to exhibit in a gallery – you can turn heads wearing it every day.
OMG! Where did you buy that maxi? Your friends will exclaim, and you can reply with pride: Buy it? No darling. This is an original ME. From fashion designers to DIY experts, or even if you’re just starting out, it’s a craft, you are the craftsman, and Burda Style is your most important tool. Apart from your needle and thread, of course.
Each monthly Burda magazine presents 50 new garments, many fashion and styling tips as well as a detachable supplement with the relevant comprehensive instructions and sewing pattern pieces from the original dressmakers publication. Published in 16 languages this German magazine has become a worldwide favourite amongst sewing enthusiasts.