Outfit | Dirndlfest

21. October 2014

Fashion Landscape Fashion Landscape Fashion Landscape Fashion Landscape Fashion Landscape Wearing: Dirndlfest ‘Edles-Landhaus’ Dirndl  in traditional look c/o Dirndlfest, Zara Ballerinas (similar here), Daniel Wellington Watch


After living for exactly 10 years in Bavaria, I finally have a Dirndl thanks to Dirndlfest, who offered me a while back one of my choice from their beautiful assortment. Dirndls are the traditional dresses worn in Bavaria, especially during traditional events and Volkfeste(beer or wine festivals), so the city’s fall festival this Sunday was the perfect opportunity to wear it.

I always wanted to have one, as I think they are the most flattering dresses that exist, because they are meant to highlight the female silhouette in a very subtle way.

The quality is really amazing considering the price (they are all in sale for 50% off right now) and the dirndl looks even expensive due to the beautiful fabrics and fine prints on them, so I really recommend them. What I like the most is that they don’t look costume-y like budget Dirndls tend to look like, which is exactly why I opted for this Dirndl in tradtional look and colour. And the fit? Don’t even get me started. I ordered it in my normal size and it fits like a glove, as if it had been tailored exactly for my body.

So if you’re around in Bavaria, buying one never hurts, as you can wear them literally for anything, plus Halloween is coming soon and dirndls make awesome ‘Bavarian maiden” disguises.


Nachdem ich knapp 10 Jahre in Bayern wohne, habe ich endlich ein Dirndl dank Dirndlfest, die mir vor kurzem eines aus ihrem tollen Sortiment angeboten haben. Das Stadt-Voksfest am Sonntag war die perfekte Gelegenheit, dieses wunderschöne traditionelle Dirndl zu tragen.

Ich wollte immer eins haben, da ich glaube, sie sind die schmeichelndsten Kleider, die überhaupt existieren, weil sie so gut die weibliche Figur betonen.

Für den Preis (jetzt kann man alle mit 50% Rabatt kaufen) ist ihre Qualität ausgezeichnet und man kann sogar sagen, dass sie  wegen ihren feinen Stoffen, Verarbeitung und Prints teuer aussehen. Ich habe deswegen dieses Dirndl im traditionellen Look bestellt. Das beste daran ist, dass ich das in meiner normalen Größe bestellt habe, und das Dirndl sieht so aus, als ob es für mich genäht wurde.

Also, wenn ihr nach Bayern kommt, schadet es keinem, ein Dirndl zu kaufen, da hier immer Veranstaltungen stattfinden, bei denen man sie tragen kann. Auch finden bald Halloween Parties statt und ein Dirndl ist nach meiner Meinung das perfekte ‘Mädel’ Kostüm.


 Después de vivir exactamente 10 años en Baviera, al fin tengo un Dirndl gracias a Dirndlfest, que me han ofrecido uno de su precioso surtido. Como muchas de vosotras sabéis, el Dirndl es el vestido tradicional que llevan las mujeres en Baviera, Austria y Suiza, en especial durante eventos tradicionales y Volksfeste (festivales de cerveza o vino), así que el festival de otoño de la ciudad que tomó lugar este domingo fue la oportunidad perfecta para pasear con él.

Siempre quise tener uno, ya que pienso que son los vestidos más favorecedores que existen, por que están hechos para especialmente acentuar la figura femenina.

La calidad es impresionante considerando el precio y justamente ahora los podéis comprar con el 50% de descuento. Me atrevo a decir que el vestido se ve caro debido a los tejidos, estampados, colores y su elaboración, así que os los recomiendo. Lo que más me gusta es que no se ven como disfraces, como acostumbran a verse los dirndls baratos y por ésta razón he optado por éste en look tradicional. Y mejor ni comienzo a hablar del corte, el cual pareciese hubiese sido tejido especialmente para mi figura.

Así que, si estáis de viaje por Baviera, investir en un Dirndl no es una mala idea, ya que siempre hay oportunidades y eventos en los que se pueden llevar. Además ya pronto se celebrarán las fiestas del día de brujas y un dirndl es el disfraz perfecto.

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8 responses to “Outfit | Dirndlfest”

  1. Rena says:

    Ja, wenn des net guat ausschaut! Gfallt ma voll <3 So a schians Dirndl 🙂
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena


  2. Theresa says:

    Absolutely love you in that dirndl! This is easily one of the nicest I’ve seen and it flatters you amazingly. Love the tones against your skin. You look so pretty sweetie and I’m loving these pictures. 🙂

    Hope you guys had a nice time!!


  3. Stephanie says:

    Great post!
    You look lovely.

  4. Paulina says:

    I love traditional Bavaria dresses! http://www.thepaarblog.com/

  5. The Fashion Panda says:

    So traditional ! 🙂 Looks good on you !


  6. carol says:

    ooh my god im sooo in love with this !!!


  7. Taylor Noir says:

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