British pronunciation/dˈɜːndə‍l/
American pronunciation/dˈɜːndəl/
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a traditional Bavarian dress characterized by a close-fitting bodice, full skirt, and apron, typically worn by women for festive occasions

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A dirndl is a traditional Bavarian dress, typically worn by women, that is characterized by a close-fitting bodice, full skirt, and apron. The bodice of a dirndl is often made from a patterned fabric and features a low-cut neckline, while the skirt is typically made from a solid-colored fabric and falls below the knee. The apron, which is usually made from a contrasting fabric, is tied around the waist and can be decorated with embroidery or other embellishments. Dirndls are often worn for festive occasions, such as Oktoberfest, and are sometimes accessorized with a blouse, shawl, or jewelry. In recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in dirndls as a fashion item, and many designers have created modern versions that incorporate traditional elements.

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a full skirt that typically gathered at the waist and falls below the knee

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Dirndl is a type of skirt, typically gathered at the waist and falls below the knee, and can be made of various materials such as wool, cotton, or silk. The dirndl skirt is often decorated with embroidery or lace and is worn with an apron tied around the waist. The overall design of the dirndl is intended to accentuate a woman's curves and create a flattering silhouette. The dirndl is commonly worn for festive occasions such as Oktoberfest and has become a popular fashion choice for women around the world.

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