How to Wear your Dirndl on Halloween like a Boss!

I love Halloween! Mostly because I LOVE dressing up in costume. But one of the things I dislike about Halloween are those dreadful “beer wench” costumes. (I suppose if you are going to wear one of those, Halloween is a better time than Oktoberfest… but they still make me vomit in my mouth a little bit.)

So to stop this madness, I’ve come up with a bunch of easy and creative costume ideas so you can wear your dirndl on Halloween like a Boss!

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First… the In Bloom Dirndl makes a great starting point for so many costumes! I wore it last year when I dressed as a marionette! It can also be used for: Queen of Hearts, a Witch, & Snow White, just to name a few.marionette dirndl

Secondly… on the same note… The In Bloom Vest would be perfect to be the Joker, Red Riding Hood, or a Circus Ring Master. Both of these items can be used for so many great costumes, it’s really just a matter of thinking outside the box!

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If you want to go as a Disney Princess, The Day Break Dirndl would be a great option if you wanted to go as Anna from Frozen. You could also use the Royal Treatment Dirndl and go as Belle from Beauty and the Beast.

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The Tea Party Dirndl could be modified a bit with a light pink apron and pink puff-sleeve blouse to be Princess Peach from Mario Brothers.

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If you want to be a pirate the options are endless! You could again use the In Bloom dirndl or vest, but you could also use the “Smells Like Teen Spirit Dirndl” 

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And lastly… you could always wear your more traditional dirndl and be Maria von Trapp from the Sound of Music.

The bottom line is… don’t wear a teeny tiny costume that’s not a dirndl and instead get creative with your favorite Rare Dirndl pieces and win “Best Costume” at your Halloween party this year!

Not a Dirndl

Ever wonder which dirndl style you are? Click here to take out quiz and find out now! 

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