Although the winter months are not typically the season for wearing dirndls, those who love dirndls will find a way! And let’s not forget that sometimes the fall (which is totally dirndl wearing season) can often be chilly as well.
Oktoberfest Tips, Tricks & Hacks
Being a Dirndl designer, it is part of my job to make sure you are ready for any trip to Oktoberfest in Munich you may take, so here is my complete step-by-step guide to wearing a Dirndl at Oktoberfest.
I don’t know about you Erika, but I’m a little bummed about the upcoming weekend. We were supposed to be together in Cleveland for the Landestrachtenfest, but… leider nicht. #thanks2020
My favorite part of the weekend is seeing my friends from all over the country, listening to German music, polkaing with my husband and wearing my dirndl all weekend.
But you know what?! Let’s not let this pandemic get us down, we Schwobs are as resilient as it gets!
Below are some easy ideas you can use to have your own DIY Trachtenfest!
For most of us, the “Dirndl wearing season” starts up as the weather warms up. In the south, you may find yourself wearing your dirndl in the summer… but then it’s REAL hot! And that’s why I’ve put together my best tips for wearing your Dirndl in the heat of the summer. With these hacks, you’ll no longer fear 90+ degrees (even though we do not guarantee you won’t get any boob sweat… no getting away from that).
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As always, ideas and opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own. - Erika