Definition of dirndl
The dirndl consists of a bodice, a low-cut blouse with short puff Sleeves, full Skirt and apron. While appearing to be simple and plain, a properly made modern dirndl may be quite expensive as it is tailored and sometimes cut from costly hand-printed or silk fabrics
The dirndl is mostly worn in Austria and Germany, It is hugely popular also among young women at the time of a Octoberfest and and similar festivals.
Accessories may include a long apron tied round the waist, scarfs and silk aprons are worn. For colder weather there are heavy dirndl coats in the same cut as the dresses, with a high neck and front buttons, thick mittens and wool hats.
The Delicate Bow has a strong meaning
Front right : It means the Dirndl Carrier is already taken or Married
Front left : You still have chances with her
Front in the middle : then the woman is still a vergin
Back in the middle : indicates that she is a Widowed
Sorry !! My dirndl mesh/Bow is on my left hand side which means not taken and ready 🙈
Mine was supposed to be on the right hand side which means ” I`m married and taken ” 😀
Hope you love the Traditional wear of Austrians
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