And what kind of "safari" look is this? That's just a pair of brown pants with some kind of beigey chiffony thingie which would last about five minutes on trek. So Burda, don't think that you can add sandals and a pseudo African collar to anything veldt-coloured and call it "safari!" I've been tolerating your confusion of "trench" with "safari," for some years, but this is just brown cotton, tout court.
Why six? Because when you make it yourself, you add one more essential element...your own vision.
Friday, 31 December 2010
February Burda...Basics dressed up as "looks"
I'm so behind!! The Russians and Germans never let us down, (at least not so far in this century) and here they come already with the February Burda preview! I'm still working on my holiday clothes, and nabbed some great black silk charmeuse for the underdress of the Vogue B-M outfit, and some royal blue silk charmeuse for a Burda ruffled blouse traced out from the ancient issue of...uh...this month. If I finish it in the next three hours, I'll be right on time to trace something new from the now-ageing issue of..um this.January and then get right on the coming new clothes as posted here. Have a look: February Burda Preview.
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The last time I was on safari, heels were not an option.ReplyDelete
I adore the red coat, and the safari jackets with many pockets and details drive me.......well to distraction.
Sarouel pants are not in my past, present or future.
But the red jacket? I love a good jacket/coat!
Thanks for the peek.