Traditional Bavarian dresses from Starnberg in 1850.

Traditional Bavarian dresses from Starnberg. Country fashion from Bavaria. Original Alt Bayerische Dirndl und Trachten.

Traditional Bavarian dress from Starnberg

Traditional Bavarian dresses from Starnberg.

Male costumes from around Starnberg from the years around 1850.
Starnberg is a lake of the same name and place south of Munich in the district of Upper Bavaria. The men in high boots, wide-brimmed hat, watch chain, long coat, baggy pants and vest. To a scarf is worn. A stick completes the appearance.

Note:  Costumes of the 11th century. Monastic, Normans, Crusaders.

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