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Like the title says, I'm looking for a super cleavage-inducing pushup bra to wear with my dirndl for oktoberfest this year. It seems like every time i see pushup bras in my size range, they're full coverage so there's no actual cleavage. For this particular occasion, i need to make my bosom look ridiculously hefty.
There is no better way to get into the spirit of things than getting togged up in your Bavarian best and proceeding to dribble beer all the way down your front. Nobody will judge you for this, but woe betide you if you don't strap your bits correctly. So how do these crazy outfits work? As with most things in life, the men's part is the simplest.
One of the most celebrated festivals in the world is Oktoberfest! It has become so popular that it is no longer celebrated in only Germany, but also all over the world. Almost every city has its own version of Oktoberfest in the United States, but nothing compares to the real deal in Munich!
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It definitely looks super cute to do your hair in french braids. WOMAN is taken! Chokers are definitely IN this year and yes, i know i have a problem because i talk about them all the time and i wear them in every outfit. Everyone is going to be wearing the pinks,blues and greens so you can certainly stick out with a little black and red action here and there.
This is the month hordes of beer lovers crowd into Munich to celebrate the golden liquid. An estimated 7. And since we are talking numbers then lets talk about the millions of aprons that will also be worn in Munich during Oktoberfest.
The Dirndl is the traditional Bavarian dress that originated in the 19th century. If you are already familiar with Lederhosen, then you can think of the Dirndl as the female counterpart. Nowadays, they are typically only seen at Oktoberfest celebrations each year, although you can buy them year-round throughout Bavaria. I was so excited going to the dress store and picking one out.