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Mens Red Oktoberfest Shirt
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Mens Blue Oktoberfest Shirt
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Mens Green Oktoberfest Shirt
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Mens White Oktoberfest Shirt
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Bavarian Oktoberfest Suspenders
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Womens Red Oktoberfest Blouse
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Womens Blue Oktoberfest Blouse
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Womens Green Oktoberfest Blouse
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Womens Green Oktoberfest Lace-Up Blouse
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Womens White Oktoberfest Blouse
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Womens Blue Oktoberfest Lace-Up Blouse
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Womens Red Oktoberfest Lace-Up Blouse
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Womens White Oktoberfest Lace-Up Blouse
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In the 16th century, traditional Bavarian outfits were common in everyday life in Munich from going to town to working in the fields. This part of Alpine culture has stayed strong as these Trachten costumes were added to Oktoberfest celebrations. Over 90% of people be dressed ready for Oktoberfest during this time. Bavarian Trachten shirts are the most common style that can be in solid colour or usually a plaid pattern in either red or blue. White or blue are the most common colours as they are the traditional colours of Bavaria.

Men usually wear a plain shirt to go with their Lederhosen or a plain plaid shirt. A feature of the traditional shirt is an arm button which allows you to roll up the sleeves and hold it in place. In full costumes, Lederhosen are also worn with suspenders to even out the look of the plain shirt and decorative shorts. The suspenders also help hold the pants or shorts up if you are looking to get buck wild. Suspenders can also sometimes have embroidery on the chest straps to add some flair or indicate a region the wearer is from. Vests, jackets and ties are also commonly worn with the ensemble. The vest is called a Prien and is sometimes worn instead of suspenders. Otherwise, a traditional tie with a fancy metal tie ring is worn. A well-established Bavarian man will also have a nice jacket or vest to accentuate his costume.

The female dirndl blouse is normally also white or plaid in plain colour. More recently, Oktoberfest shirts are lower cut depending on how much cleavage is desired to be shown and slimmer fitted compared to older baggy shirts (for both men and women). This is a great time for dressing to impress the opposite sex!