Traditional Bavarian Costumes from Wolfratshausen, 1860.

Traditional Bavarian Costumes from Wolfratshausen. Country fashion from Bavaria. Original Alt Bayerische Dirndl und Trachten.

Dirndl from Wolfratshausen

Traditional Bavarian Costumes from Wolfratshausen, 1860, 19tes century. Old Bavarian festive dresses.

Man and woman in original “Trachten” (Bavarian dialect for folk costumes) of Wolfratshausen near Munich, Bavaria, Germany. The man with leather pants (Original made ​​from deerskin and never washed), a big hat, walking stick, long coat pocket along with watch chain, to a double-row jacket and a scarf.
The woman a strikingly high fur hat. A one-piece with dirndl skirt, petticoat, blouse and a striking necklace. In her hand she holds an umbrella or parasol.

Note:  Musketeer and Pikeman costumes in the 17th Century.

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