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GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS
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October 06, 2013
Sophia (L) and Natascha Traeger pose with their self-made traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th...
Munich, Germany
Sophia and Natascha Traeger pose with their self-made traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th...
Sophia (L) and Natascha Traeger pose with their self-made traditional Bavarian dirndls at Munich's 180th Oktoberfest October 3, 2013. A decade ago, waitresses at Oktoberfest were the only ones in dirndls, the Bavarian peasant-inspired, corseted dresses featuring white blouses and coloured aprons, and trendy Berliners wouldn't dream of dancing to oompah music in public. Now, Munich's annual beer festival is a sea of traditionally-clad tourists, with revellers from as far away as Canada, Mexico and Iran donning dirndls or the equivalent outfits for men - lederhosen and checked shirts. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match GERMANY/OKTOBERFEST-DIRNDLS REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION TRAVEL)
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