Dirndl Lillith for women from Heimatgwand in old pink impresses with the summery, structured linen fabric in the bodice. The feminine touch is provided by the straight neckline, which conjures up a beautiful décolleté. The sewn-on decorative borders and the luxurious traditional costume buttons in old silver look particularly noble. The sophisticated, two-tone apron ribbon is a real eye-catcher. The skirt completes the dirndl with the contrasting jacquard fabric and gives the wearer that special something. Combination partner: Dirndl blouse B-5077 in white. Combination partner: Dirndl blouse B-3080 in white.
Material: 65% polyester, 25% linen, 10% cotton
Accessories: Delivered without blouse
Apron: Apron included
Colour: old pink
Length: Midi (skirt length 70 cm)
Fit: Fit is normal
Care: 30°Gentle wash, do not bleach, not suitable for dryer, iron one point, gentle cleaning P
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History of women's traditional costume fashion
The Austrian-Bavarian costume can be traced back in its tradition to the 19th century. At that time, the women wore a dirndl because it offered a lot of freedom of movement and looked equally neat. The dirndl was considered workwear. The fabrics were coarser and more resistant than they are today. The décolleté was not emphasized so much. Rather, the woman walked high-necked and hid her charms. This was especially true for women who were married and for widowed women.
Traditional costumes at the Oktoberfests
The Oktoberfest dates back to the wedding of Crown Prince Ludwig of Bavaria and Princess Therese on 12 October 1810. The then King Max in Bavaria proclaimed the celebrations for the people from which the Oktoberfest developed.
For a long time, the Oktoberfests were concentrated in the southern area and especially in the state of Bavaria. Since the beginning of the 21st century, they have also been celebrated all over the world. The costumes at the festival are very versatile. Many women present their charms and equip the costume with beautiful and modern accessories. When choosing the costume, the woman at the Oktoberfest is quite free, which distinguishes the festival from a wedding, for example.
Traditional costume fashion is now enjoying great popularity worldwide. We have made it our task to interpret old originals in a contemporary way in order to meet the requirements of today's dirndl wearer.
A real feast for the eyes are our "designer dirndl": refined, romantic and all with that "certain something" that makes every Madl an eye-catcher.
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