German Clothing Costume Ideas
Get into German clothing and have October Fest festive fun at a discount price this Halloween partying in our German costumes for men, women, teens and children! We have full range of sizes available for plus size, teen, toddler and infant in all styles from charming little boys and girls to sexy adults for the lowest sale prices around.
Both sweet little girls and “Sexy Gretchens” alike can live out the fantasies of Alpine Heidi or Gretel of the forest in our Bavarian costume outfits available to buy cheap! Get a low price on our men and boys’ Lederhosen suits and “little Hansel” will have a ball playing open-air meadow games and Alpine men can suit up in beer garden style.
This sweet little dress consists of a white peasant blouse with cute, black lattice-front vest with black and red buttons, full red skirt and blue apron trimmed with white floral ribbon border.
For girls in sizes S (3-4), M (4-6) & L (7-10).
Accessorize it yourself with the tights, shoes, petticoat and ponytail bows, and this traditional German style is complete!
The adult Hansel can get his beer garden groove on in this Tyrolian attire featuring a ½ sleeve white open-collar shirt, red suspenders adorned with a traditional Bavarian design, Lederhosen-style shorts with an embroidered Bavarian motif, and a feathered cap to complete this Alpine men’s outfit.
Buy this costume in men’s sizes M/L (50” chest, 37-40” waist, 42-44” hips) and XL (52” chest, 40-44” waist, 46-47” hips). Your own socks and boots will finish this mountain style that will go hand-in-hand with costume clothing for an “Adult Heidi” or with Lederhosen styled for the Fraulein. This couple’s look will be the center of attention at the party or while frolicking around town!
The popularity of traditional clothing is widespread throughout the Alps from Austria and Southern Germany to northern Italy. Many commonly mistake the dirndl and Lederhosen for German Tracht (tradition national costume). However, their popularity is more specific to the various Alpine regions.
The classic Alpine-styled women’s dress is called the dirndl, worn from Southern Germany to Northern Italy. A laced vest, peasant blouse, full-cut skirt and apron complete this women’s and girls’ outfit. Deceptively simple-looking in its construction, a proper dirndl can be expensive on account of the fine, hand-made or silk fabrics that are often used. “Dirndl” originally referred to a young woman or girl, and her dress was the “dirndlkleid”. Today, “dirnl” would indicate the lady or her dress.
Lederhosen are traditionally worn in the Tyrol (Western Austria though Northern Italy). Literally meaning “leather breeches” (singular-“Lederhose”) that are short to knee-length. “Bundhosen” are the long variety of this men’s garment. Longer-wearing and easier to clean than similar cloth garments, they were the hard-working man’s preferred outfit. Not being Traditional German Tracht, Lederhosen are popular as the modern working-class man’s leisure suit of choice.
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