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April 12, 2022

30 Vintage Photos of Ladies Wearing Dirndls

A dirndl is a feminine dress which originated in German-speaking areas of the Alps. It is traditionally worn by women and girls in Bavaria (south-eastern Germany), Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Alpine regions of Italy. A dirndl consists of a close-fitting bodice featuring a low neckline, a blouse worn under the bodice, a wide high-waisted skirt and an apron.


The dirndl is regarded as a folk costume (in German Tracht). It developed as the clothing of Alpine peasants between the 16th and 18th centuries. Today it is generally considered the traditional dress for women and girls in German-speaking parts of the Alps, with particular designs associated with different regions.

In the late 19th century, the dirndl was adapted by the upper and middle classes as a fashion mode, and subsequently spread as a mode outside its area of origin. There are many varieties of adaptations from the original folk designs. The dirndl is also worn as an ethnic costume by German diaspora populations in other countries.

Here below is a set of vintage photos that shows portraits of ladies wearing dirndls.


































1 comment:

  1. Hi, my name is Raoul. I’m a collector of vintage photographs. Most of the photos of ladies in Dirndls are taken from my collection.
    I’m glad you enjoy my postings, but please don’t copy the photos without permission.
    You’re welcome to use the images if you name “Vintage Cars & People” as source and provide a link to my flickr photostream.
    A lot of time, money, and effort goes into collecting vintage photos, so please respect the rights.

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