Wondering what your outfit is going to be for your next Oktoberfest bash? Look no further than some great ideas and inspiration that is sure to give you some ideas! Want to really impress your friends with your outfit this year at Oktoberfest? Then this introduction to typical Oktoberfest wear is for you!
Typical Oktoberfest Garb: The ins and outs of Lederhosen
From Lederhosen to Dirndl, Oktoberfest has a bunch of unique costumes and great clothing pieces for you to try! Being a festival deeply rooted in tradition, it’s no wonder that this festival has so many clothing options to choose from!
First, Lederhosen, which are the most popular choice for Oktoberfest, these shorts are typically made of leather, suede, and typically hang just below the knee.
The next pieces are Haferl Shoes! These shoes, typically worn for both work and dress, have thick soles and are typically found in black or brown muted colors.
Lastly, another great piece to think about adding to your Oktoberfest outfit is the Dirndl! The Dirndl is a traditional dress worn by women over a pressed white blouse and matching the apron. The Dirndl also has the options of coming in one piece, tor it can come with a separate bodice that must be fastened up.
So What Should I wear?
Now that we’ve discussed the basics of Oktoberfest dress, now it’s time to pick something! Depending on your gender and how formal you want to be, you’ll want to pick something that you’ll be comfortable in, in more ways than one.
Being comfortable both with how you look and how you feel will be a deciding factor on whether or not your time at Oktoberfest was spent having fun, or uncomfortably twitching in your seat. (Hopefully, it’s the former!)
Nevertheless, it’s important to dress for the occasion. If you’re a man, Lederhosen and some Haferls with a nice pressed white shirt is a perfect outfit for any Oktoberfest occasion! (Just don’t forget the suspenders!)
If you’re a woman, dressing in a nice dirndl with a bodice and a classic apron will create a look that’s sure to please!
It’s important to remember to dress for the weather, along with the occasion. If it’s cold, alpine hats are a great way to keep your head warm, as well as warm fuzzy socks. If it’s warmer than you thought it would be out, make sure your lederhosen are short and your Dirndl has airflow!
Overall, it’s important to have fun, and the best way to ensure that is to have fun with the outfit itself! No matter what you decide to wear, as long as you are comfortable and happy with it, that’s what matters! So have fun and go all out this Oktoberfest! (And remember, don’t forget the suspenders!)