Oktoberfest 2011: Dirndl
The Munich Oktoberfest is getting closer and now it's time to look for a new Dirndl. We make the search a little easier and have put together a selection of beautiful Dirndln here.You'll also learn how to tie the loop properly.
Bodice, skirt, apron - a dirndl is a dirndl and does not really change its basic features. All the more reason to buy a new traditional dress again. After all, the Munich Oktoberfest is just around the corner - it starts on 17 September 2011 and ends on 3 October 2011 - and here we want to shine in a new, enchanting Dirndl.
A selection of beautiful dirndls can be seen in the gallery (20 pictures).
We've looked at the Dirndl collections in advance and selected models for every taste. The fact is: Dirndl are in 2011 still an absolute must-have. Because in it, every woman looks beautiful, no matter, whether she has to deal with one or the other problem zone. The tight bodice conjures up a slim waist and the breasts are pushed. The swinging skirt churns a few grams off too much of bacon and makes for a gorgeous feminine silhouette. What more do you want?
This is how you tie the dirndl apron
This year, especially in the trend are models in the classic traditional colors red, green and blue. Small eye-catchers like hearts on the neckline or embroidery on the apron ensure that the dirndls do not look too plain. Even the skirt hem will be longer again - short Minidirndl 2011 are pretty much out or just the very young Dirndl carriers reserved. A skirt that goes up to Wadenmitte is just a lot more suitable for Oktoberfest - so you do not have to constantly be afraid of unwanted popo-lightning when dancing on the benches in the marquees.
And one more thing: how to tie the bow is not great art! Forgotten or married women wear the ribbon on the right, singles on the left. If now even the neat leather suspenders of the beer bench can interpret correctly, then there is nothing to stand in the way of a flirtation with or without consequences. Because in the new Dirndl you will conquer every man's heart anyway!
If you want to learn more about Dirndl, trends and traditions, you will find great information and pictures in this work:
"Dirndl. Trends, Traditions, Philisophy, Pop, Style, Styling "by Heide Hollmer and Kathrin Hollmer (Edition Ebersbach, around 25 Euro) order here at Amazon.de >>
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