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In the 1500 and 1600s, traditional Bavarian outfits were everday facets of life for common people in Munich from going around town to even working in the fields. As the use of the traditional clothing started to fade in favor of the fashion of the 1800s, wealthy people from the city began to revive the old clothing out of a longing to capture the romantic feelings they got while visiting their country-side vacation homes. Groups of locals then slowly came together for a huge revival to make sure this part of Alpine culture stayed strong.




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In 1835, the first Riflemen and Costume (Tracht) Parade was added to the Oktoberfest celebrations, and in 1883 they started the traditional costume association called the Traditional Custome Society (Trachtenverein). Today you will find that in upwards of 90% of visitors are dressed up on some level for Oktoberfest in Munich with most wearing full traditional outfits.


How Many People Really Dress Up? Around 90% of visitors will be dressed up on some level for Oktoberfest and over 75% will be wearing full traditional outfits. Keep in mind that vast majority of the over 6 million annual attendees are either from Bavaria (70%) or the rest of Germany (15%) so dressing up for Oktoberfest is the norm.


What Are The Outfits Called? Authentic outfits for Oktoberfest in Munich are called Tracht (Tra-oct). Women wear traditional dirndl (DEERN-dul) dresses while men wear leather lederhosen (LAY-der-hozen) shorts. There are dozens of fraternal folk groups that all have their own Tracht with specific ensemble elements, set color combinations, matching embroidery, and formal accessories.


From eBay and Amazon to Old Town Munich and the cheap stands at the train station, there are tons of great places to buy Oktoberfest outfits. Below are some of the places we have had the best luck shopping at both in person and online.


2. Resales Second Hand & More (Sonnenstrasse 2): Is a great consignment location for 2nd hand outfits. This store has the most stuff and best prices out of the 2nd hand places. They have 5 locations in Munich including one between the train station and Old Town in Karlsplatz, one right in Old Town, and another on just South of Oktoberfest. The general hours are open Monday-Saturday from 10am-8pm. Website: (HERE).


While there is an argument to be made for trying things on beforehand, we prefer shopping for our outfits online so we have them before arriving in Munich or at Oktoberfest. Buying online ahead of time will help save you time going from store to store that you can be spending enjoying your vacation. You can get the costume style outfits online really cheap, but we recommend spending the extra couple bucks and getting a truly authentic Oktoberfest outfit.


About Sotckerpoint: To get the perfect Trachten outfit before you get to Munich or Oktoberfest make sure to shop at Stockerpoint. They have the best mixture of modern and traditional outfits highlighted by very detailed Dirndls with bright colors and contemporary patterns. The cool people in Germany buy from Stockerpoint because you can get something unique that you know will last a long time. In addition to high-end outfits, they also have affordable options ranging from 99-199 Euros with shipping to the US around 40 Euros. Website: (HERE).


Ninja techwear is primarily based on black stealth outfits with a clean aesthetic and technical clothing that maximizes your mobility. Stealth and stealth are the key words of the urban ninja techwear look. The ninja techwear style is popular in urban sports like parkour and among ninja cosplayers. Masks, gloves, techwear cloak and sometimes even a katana for cosplay, this techwear style is without a doubt one of the most popular.


Founded in 2012 by childhood friends Ethan Song and Hicham Ratnani, Frank And Oak is a sustainable clothing startup that makes stylish wardrobe essentials more affordable for men. While you can absolutely put together full outfits at Frank And Oak's offerings, the brand's clothing are designed to pair well with other pieces you should already have in your closet. It also has a curated collection of workwear, but depending on your office's dress code, you'll likely be able to wear all of Frank And Oak's pieces to work.


If you already have all the basics down and just need a few stylish accessories to go with your business look, Gentleman's Box is a subscription service you should consider. Unlike subscriptions that include full outfits, the startup sends four to six accessories like socks, ties, sunglasses, watches, tie clips, pocket squares, and grooming products. At just $35 per month, the cost is relatively low for how much you get. You can save even more by signing up for the annual subscription. You'll have to pay upfront, but it brings the cost of each box down to $26.


Another thing we haven't been able to get enough of is the girls' outfits and bikinis. They were consistently fashionable, chic, and stylish, and had us wondering whether or not we should book a week's holiday just to have an excuse to buy them ourselves.


Tone-on-tone casual outfits are a great version of solid color outfits. The slight amount of difference in the color between a top and bottom can make a huge difference in the feeling of the outfit. Navy pants with a light blue shirt is a classic example of a tone-on-tone outfit. The options are endless, but shades of grey make for a very modern look.


The Women's Clothing department has several sections and shops to choose from, including swimwear, cold weather gear, sleepwear, gym clothes, work outfits, tees and tank tops, jeans, suits, dresses, and underwear and socks. You can pick out your size range or the type of clothing you need to buy in order to focus in on the clothes you need. Special subcategories in the Women's Clothing department make it easier for women with particular clothing needs to find what they want. The Maternity section has specially designed and sized bottoms, tops, dresses, nursing clothes, activewear, and leggings made especially for expectant mothers. Click into this section if you're expecting a little bundle of joy and need to update your wardrobe accordingly. Our Women's Plus section is suitable for women who prefer their clothes with a curvier cut in larger sizes, while the Women's Petite section is suitable for those ladies who find standard sizes too roomy or too long in the sleeve and leg. 041b061a72


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