Two girls in Dirndls in a beer tent.
Two more girls in Dirndl dresses, the girl on the right has one of the ever-popular heart-shaped carry bags. Dirndls don't have pockets, after all!
These two blonde girls are wearing Dirndls with "off-the-shoulder" blouses.
A couple of georgeous girls at a folk festival, only one's in a Dirndl!
This young woman has a modern, black Dirndl with a satin green Mieder.
Two young ladies in similar Dirndl dresses.
Lime green isn't perhaps the most traditional Dirndl color, but it sure looks good!
Two young women in Dirndls pose for the camera.
Another group of three girls in contrasting Dirndl dresses.
Two girls in Dirndls sitting down at a festival table.
Girls in Dirndls hugging, and.....
.....girls in Dirndls posing.
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