Added Sep 8, 2008
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It’s Oktoberfest season! In honor of our company and founders’ roots, we are offering this beautiful dirndl pattern. Based on the historical dress of Alpine peasants, the dirndl is the traditional dress of southern Germany and Austria. In Munich, wearing a dirndl is still a normal way to dress. We can’t wait to see how you all interpret this pattern!
cotton, linen, buttons
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