Trachtenwahnsinn

Good Afternoon wonderful happy people!

Let me start off by saying this is my first blog-post! Woohoo. I will now go grab a coffee and tune into my inner blogger.

The past few weeks have been quite fun for me to say the least. As most of yall know I live in the metropolitan city of Munich, Germany…Bavaria. The heart of tradition and southern comfort. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and becoming friends with the owner of a Dirndl label called Trachtenwahnsinn. What the heck is a dirndl?? OK LET ME BREAK IT DOWN FOR YOU. In America there is this funny movie called “The Sound of Music”(which isn’t even based in Germany, it’s based in Austria) in the movie the people are running around in lederhosen and dirndls, frolicking in the flowers and having a good time (it’s what all Americans think of when they think of Germany). I mean the basic understanding is that people in Germany walk around all day, everyday with lederhosen and dirndl’s on….Riiight? Hmm I mean I hate to disappoint but not all German people wear lederhosen and dirndls (sorry). Wearing tracht (Dirndls and lederhosen) is more for special events and occasions here in Bavaria. Have you ever heard of Oktoberfest?

Details: These dirndls are the epitome of princess. Traditional yet sexy, modern and still a little old school. It’s the perfect mixture between accentuating your assets and keeping a little mystery. There are at most 100 pieces of each dress. The brand itself won the United Fashion Award 2016 in the category of Tradition and Modern and is just taking the dirndl world by storm.

On April 25th there was an event that took place at the Leonardo Hotel Olympiapark and guess who was there (YOURS TRULY). The event was a private fashion show for bloggers. I got to work with such awesome girls, met such sweet people and had such an amazing time. I should just post pictures and stop rambling shouldn’t I?

I am honestly so thankful and grateful to be able to work with such an amazing brand that I feel represents me and embodies everything feminine. I am one step closer to becoming German (wink wink). Plus I think I look damn good in a dirndl.

 

Auf wiedersehen ❤

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