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In the 1500 and 1600s, traditional Bavarian outfits were everday facets of life for common people in Munich from going around town to even working in the fields. As the use of the traditional clothing started to fade in favor of the fashion of the 1800s, wealthy people from the city began to revive the old clothing out of a longing to capture the romantic feelings they got while visiting their country-side vacation homes. Groups of locals then slowly came together for a huge revival to make sure this part of Alpine culture stayed strong.

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In 1835, the first Riflemen and Costume (Tracht) Parade was added to the Oktoberfest celebrations, and in 1883 they started the traditional costume association called the Traditional Custome Society (Trachtenverein). Today you will find that in upwards of 90% of visitors are dressed up on some level for Oktoberfest in Munich with most wearing full traditional outfits.

How Many People Really Dress Up? Around 90% of visitors will be dressed up on some level for Oktoberfest and over 75% will be wearing full traditional outfits. Keep in mind that vast majority of the over 6 million annual attendees are either from Bavaria (70%) or the rest of Germany (15%) so dressing up for Oktoberfest is the norm.

What Are The Outfits Called? Authentic outfits for Oktoberfest in Munich are called Tracht (Tra-oct). Women wear traditional dirndl (DEERN-dul) dresses while men wear leather lederhosen (LAY-der-hozen) shorts. There are dozens of fraternal folk groups that all have their own Tracht with specific ensemble elements, set color combinations, matching embroidery, and formal accessories.

The dirndl has been used as a rural or peasant worker outfit and and housemaid uniform since Medieval times but started to become revived in urban fashion in the late-1800s. This was a big change compared to the first modern Oktoberfest in 1810 when most of the wealthy and urban women wore large hoop dresses that were popular at the time. Before this traditional revival, dresses at early Oktoberfests in Munich were more Gone With The Wind-style with tiny umbrellas than the classic Heidi look.

It gets easy to spot the American girls in the tents as they are often the ones with the really short Halloween costume-style dresses only the length of a skimpy mini-skirt. Most American stores only keep these cheesy Halloween versions of beer girl costumes in stock, so for a more legit outfit you have to shop online (suggestions below) or in person when you get to Munich. If you really want to feel like you are dressing for Oktoberfest instead of a Halloween party, you should spend the extra couple euros and get a real dirndl set even if it is a shorter one.

The most popular Oktoberfest blouses have short sleeves, a poofy shoulder, and vertical popped collar. This vertical collar can be stiff or ruffled and either option adds an extra noble feel to your outfit similar to Snow White. You can even choose between off the shoulder, peekaboo shoulder, or couture lace options depending on your style. Some of the more lacey options are also cut in a way to double as a mildly supportive bra if needed.

Adding fun jewelry (schmuck) to your outfit is a must when decided how to dress for Oktoberfest in Munich. The most common accessory is a Weisn necklace or ribbon choker to match your dirndl. A pewter edelweiss flower is a classy way to dress up your choker or necklace, but we also see ones adorned with stags (deer), lions (for Bavaria), pretzels, and beer steins. Bracelets usually follow the same theme as your dirndl also and are often ribbon, leather, or metal. You can even use a short handkerchief scarf which you can move from your neck to your wrist at any point to change your look up on the fly.

Just as popular as the traditional blazer jackets, cardigan sweaters are a must for anyone looking to put their outfit over the top. These cotton outer layers are perfect for chilly Fall days or evenings. The cardigan can be knit of solid, have cuts that mimic the traditional jackets, and often have flowered embroidery. Really good jackets start at around 150 while the cardigans are 50-80.

Traditional suspenders (hosenträger) are the most classic lederhosen look and with come with your even the short fit well enough to stay up on their own. The front strap breastplate (bruststueck) will form an H across your chest while the straps should be crisscrossed on your back. An embroidered front strap on your suspenders is a good way to add some flair to your outfit if you are working with a basic ensemble.

Most of the established Bavarian men have either a sturdy vest or wool collar-less jacket (janker) to accent their outfit for Oktoberfest. A traditional vest is called a Prien and it is often worn along with a leather belt instead of using suspenders with your lederhosen. While some of the vests for Oktoberfest are flat material, many are quilted and often have decorative metal or bone buttons as embellishments. The vests can be accompanied by a tracht tie (not a business suit tie) while is usually are worn plain or with fancy metal tie rings.

From eBay and Amazon to Old Town Munich and the cheap stands at the train station, there are tons of great places to buy Oktoberfest outfits. Below are some of the places we have had the best luck shopping at both in person and online.

Buying your outfit in person is a great way to get exactly what you want and most importantly to make sure it fits. If you are shopping during Oktoberfest, except that the retails stores will be quite packed. You may be able to find some older styles on sale in person, but the selection will be limited. It is also important to note that all of the shops in central Munich are closed on Sundays.

2. Resales Second Hand & More (Sonnenstrasse 2): Is a great consignment location for 2nd hand outfits. This store has the most stuff and best prices out of the 2nd hand places. They have 5 locations in Munich including one between the train station and Old Town in Karlsplatz, one right in Old Town, and another on just South of Oktoberfest. The general hours are open Monday-Saturday from 10am-8pm. Website: (HERE).

While there is an argument to be made for trying things on beforehand, we prefer shopping for our outfits online so we have them before arriving in Munich or at Oktoberfest. Buying online ahead of time will help save you time going from store to store that you can be spending enjoying your vacation. You can get the costume style outfits online really cheap, but we recommend spending the extra couple bucks and getting a truly authentic Oktoberfest outfit.

About Sotckerpoint: To get the perfect Trachten outfit before you get to Munich or Oktoberfest make sure to shop at Stockerpoint. They have the best mixture of modern and traditional outfits highlighted by very detailed Dirndls with bright colors and contemporary patterns. The cool people in Germany buy from Stockerpoint because you can get something unique that you know will last a long time. In addition to high-end outfits, they also have affordable options ranging from 99-199 Euros with shipping to the US around 40 Euros. Website: (HERE).

Upgrade your outfit with a utility vest, a practical and stylish accessory inspired by military bulletproof vests. The vest is underestimated in the everyday fashion industry, and it is one of the most useful clothing that people can have. Vests take on many roles, such as fashion accessories, jackets, or just to increase the level of clothing. It has become the first choice for multiple styles, such as streetwear, technological clothing, and even gothic ninja fashion.

Techwear Outfits is the must-have techwear store for women who want to upgrade their style with an original and futuristic look. With the largest number of unisex and techwear women clothing, you will find the clothes and accessories you need to complete your outfit: tech wear skirts, bodysuits or tech gear pants for women.

This clothing trend affects all forms of clothing as well as various accessories. Whether you want a 100% techwear look or sparingly adding a few techwear accessories to your outfit of the day, this is a style you can't do without.

Ninja techwear is primarily based on black stealth outfits with a clean aesthetic and technical clothing that maximizes your mobility. Stealth and stealth are the key words of the urban ninja techwear look. The ninja techwear style is popular in urban sports like parkour and among ninja cosplayers. Masks, gloves, techwear cloak and sometimes even a katana for cosplay, this techwear style is without a doubt one of the most popular.

Tactical techwear, also called "warcore" is inspired by military clothing. Its aesthetic is mainly based on the addition of accessories to your techwear outfit. Despite black cargo pants and combat boots, accessories such as tactical vests, techwear belts and tactical masks are the essence of this style. This style can be found among air-soft players, paint-ballers or fans of the military uniform. Dressed in black, the warcore look is ideal for cosplay, with air-soft replicas, which will make you a soldier of the post-apocalyptic world.

Goth techwear refers to an alternative style halfway between the gothic look and the techwear look. Also known as darkwear, this style combines leather, tactical clothing such as techwear pants, and accessories like pant chains. To complete a techwear outfit with a gothic touch, you can opt for jewelry, wedges or silver chains, for example. An original underground style!

Tech clothing, also called "Techwear clothing", refers to all clothes made with technical fabrics to enhance the usefulness of your outfit with many features such as water-repelant coat or windbreaker. 041b061a72


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