Oktoberfest Dirndl photos
Oktoberfest Dirndl Photos, a gallery starring
the beautiful dress
It’s one of the most elegant, yet alluring traditional costumes around – the Bavarian Dirndl dress.
Here’s a collection of women (and a few men!) in typical German Dirndl dresses.
As you’ll see, the style has evolved somewhat from the Bavarian norm.
The minimalist “sexy” Dirndl worn by some to Oktoberfest parties outside Germany might shock the locals over here.
But I think they look great. After all, the Dirndl design has never been static. Bavarian Dirndls have been evolving steadily since the dresses first became popular a few centuries ago.
The bottom line is that a Dirndl should look and feel good.
If you haven’t already, you might like to read my main page about Bavarian Dirndls at German Dirndl
. The Dirndl pictures below were taken by keen photographers who have chosen to share their work on Flickr.
A women in a Dirndl dress at the Munich Oktoberfest. Pic: Lolinka
A girl in a green Dirndl with a friend in lederhosen shorts
at a beer festival. Pic: avarty
This girl gets a little up close and personal with a Dirndl. Pic: avarty
A girl displays her apricot Dirndl apron... Pic: happy_serendipity
.. and another in a low-cut Dirndl dress.
A young woman in a Dirndl takes part in an Oktoberfet parade. Pic: Toast to Life
Dirndls aren't just for girls as these transvestites show at a Christopher Street Day parade in Berlin.
Young women in Trachten Dirndl on a ride at the Munich Oktoberfest.
A woman in a sexy Dirndl at at a beer festival. Pic: engintepe
A woman shows off her German Dirndl. Pic: The Real Darren Stone
Another very fetching Dirndl.
A montage of beautiful girls in Dirndls (and one in lederhosen!) at the Oktoberfest. Pic: discopalace
Even Barbie is getting in on the Dirndl act.
A woman in a definitely non-traditional, "sexy" take on the Dirndl. Pic: *bri*
A girl in a low-cut Dirndl apron at the Munich Oktoberfest. Pic: nicholas macgowan
It's party time at this Bavarian beer festival!
Pic: nicholas macgowan
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