Selfmade Sari Dirndl

Oktoberfest is a magical time. Whether you’re traveling to Munich for the official festival or participating in imitated celebrations around the world, there is always something special about the event. Whether it’s the golden light of the autumn weather, the smell of ginger bread or sweet roasted almonds, the ice cold beer, or just spending time outside with friends & family, it tends to be a really fun time. And I like to think that making customized traditional clothing for this special event is a great way to show off the joy of the season. So in honor of the festival, I create unique Dirndls just for you every year in a new way! So check out my new favourite creation for this season:

Location: Frauenkirche, Munich, Germany

This is Sari dirndl which I made by hand in Munich. It is a unique design with sleeves which is worn without a blouse. I only used best fabrics with a very high quality such as brocade silk, fancy lace, ornamented tulle handstitched with glass beads and sequines and as well an antique Sari. This traditional Indian material is a unique piece.

I design and stitch only a few handcrafted and very extravagant dirndl each year. All of them are handmade (so far all by myself) in my own manufactory in Munich. Very limited! This is the reason they are always sold out very fast. On request I create custom-made dirndl or modify them for the perfect fit. So if you are interested please don’t hesitate to contact me.

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By | 2017-09-19T12:32:45+00:00 Oktober 1st, 2016|Blog, Dirndl, Fashion Blog|0 Comments

About the Author:

My name is Alina Spiegel. People call me "Miss Mirror" because of my last name "Spiegel" which means mirror in English. I love to express myself through fashion every day in a new way depending on the mood I feel. I have always been fascinated by fashion and I have designed my own clothes since I was ten years old.

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