There's been everything from wedding to '80's inspired to something they call Island Runway which doesn't seem overly "islandy" at all, but is still pretty.
Let's take a look at some of the pieces from my fav collection so far : Blooming Dreams.
This first one is probably more about the fabrics that they used in the samples, but I still love the look.
I've been meaning to make a great fitting blazer, this might be the one!
I'm not a fan of the round neck, but I like the shape of this dress.
Burdastyle patterns are purchased online and usually don't run too much more than $6.00 each. You download them onto your computer and then print out on regular 8.5" X 11" paper. Then you have to cut the papers to fit and tape it all together. It's a bit of a pain, but you get great up to date styles without having to wait for the next season to hit.
You can even try some of their patterns out for FREE!
Have you ever used Burdastyle patterns? Any tips? Leave a comment below~