Wiesn Madness Part 2

May I introduce you my selfmade Dirndl number two: it is totally different from what I did before: traditional, with lacing and even braided.

Normally my dresses are really clean and without any decoration. But after I sewed Magdalenas Dirndl last year I got kind of into it. So, this years three Dirndl all have lacing and are braided. My first dirndl you see here – it is my favorite in 2015.

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Doing Oktoberfest hairstylings on my own? Always an absolutely fail and I stopped even trying. The first day I was lucky enough to had some professional hairstylists around me and they did some real magic with my hair- check it out here ! As I couldn’t find someone to do my hair I tried to do something braided like and put my hair in curlers- well, it’s something!


My fluffy shoes I got from Sorel and are my absolute highlight for cold days. So warm, so fluffy and so comfy. Oh, and of course fake fur!


I wear:

Dirndl: Lindarella (selfmade)
Bag: Chloé (Hudson Mini Embellished Shoulder Bag)
Heels: Louboutin


What a coincidence it is, my new Hudson bag goes perfectly with my new Dirndl! It is like the two were meant to be together and till know this bag fits to almost every situation.

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