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a full skirt with a gathered waistband

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a dress with a tight bodice and full skirt

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Entry Dh45, free for those wearing dirndl and lederhosen.
Brulotte is a third generation Bavarian-American and loves to rim marathons (25 so far) as well as collect dirndls (traditional Bavarian folk garb for women).
Infused with the joys of spring, we dirndl damsels, resembling the cast of The Sound of Music, performed warm-up exercises, waving our arms in front crawl swimming-style and scrumping imaginary Infused with the joys of spring, we dirndl damsels, resembling the cast of The Sound of Music, performed warm-up exercises, waving our arms in front crawl swimming-style and scrumping imaginary apples in the orchard.
The photo shows (from left to right): Traditional folk costume worn by Lufthansa's customer service staff, dirndl worn by Lufthansa German Airlines crew members and the traditional dress worn by Lufthansa CityLine flight attendants.
On the one hand there's the beer-sloshing heartland of traditional Bavaria, where dirndls (traditional dresses) and sausages fill the postcards, and fairytale spires ornament the skyline.
Promoted as the original German Oktoberfest in Dubai with Dubai's German community, the event will see revellers turn up in their Dirndls (German dresses) and Lederhosens (leather shorts), as a top Bavarian live band play along over traditional brews, German sausages and halal Rindsbratwurste.
Dirndls and lederhosen are everywhere, sartorial cliches that have somehow come to stand for all of Germany in the American imaginary, and which I can only imagine appearing in Hamburg or Stuttgart in the context of an avant-garde art performance gone horribly wrong.
Willkommen to Franenmuth, Michigan's Little Bavaria where bells from the glockenspiel tower ring across the village as costumed waiters and waitresses in lederhosen and dirndls serve you a hearty meal.
We planning a promotion with Paulaner for our Summerfest, with pilsner and hefeweiss on draft, giant pretzels on the menu, and everyone wearing lederhosen and dirndls," Pond adds, "We often host launch parties for new releases from craft breweries.
My girlfriend mentioned that it would be fun to photograph buxom German frauleins in dirndls, smashing their beer glasses together," explains Attura.
Explain This: Dirndls, which are traditional dresses worn in Germany have now been fashioned for animals.
Bernard rescue dogs lead the city's children dressed in colorful Swiss dirndls (white blouses, red or blue jumpers and white aprons) for the girls and lederhosen (leather shorts) with suspenders and milking jackets for the boys.
Since 2006, a long-haul crew has swapped the usual navy blue Lufthansa uniform for dirndls and traditional Bavarian suits.
After an encounter with Austrian communists donning traditional national costumes, they made a video, Goldegg, 2005, featuring a girls' choir: The singers, dutifully squeezed into dirndls, sing "Commandante Che Guevara" a propaganda song from the '70s GDR.
Reporters at this year's Octoberfest noticed the onset of a style war, instigated by young German women who favor ultra-short dirndls and skintight lederhosen.