Dirndl jewellery – perfect accessories for the Oktoberfest and other occasions
Bavarian attire with lederhosen and dirndl has become very fashionable in the past few years and now hangs in many wardrobes beyond the borders of Germany. People enjoy wearing it on special occasions and at festivities such as the Oktoberfest. Dirndl jewellery with typical motifs, such as edelweiss or the Bavarian lion, is perfect for highlighting the remarkable outfit. The collection from THOMAS SABO includes jewellery items made of 925 Sterling silver that are as elaborately detailed as the dirndl itself. Draw attention to your neckline with playful jewellery from the Charm Club or feminine heart lockets. A Charm bracelet adorned with many Charms and reminiscent of the traditional Charivari is an eye-catcher on your wrist.
Individual accessories for the dirndl
Red hearts, elaborately designed angels or typical Bavarian motifs, such as pretzel or gingerbread heart charms with their diverse designs, are ideal as dirndl jewellery. A further benefit of the collection: you can simply change the pendants on your charm bracelet or your Charm necklace. In this way, you design your dirndl jewellery to match your dress or the occasion. There are necklaces and bracelets made of silver, in rose gold, with pearls or different-coloured stones. Decide on one of the designs, white, pink, blue or multi-coloured, according to your taste or the colours of your dirndl.
Traditional jewellery in various styles
Due to their popularity, dirndls are available in countless variants. There are mini, mid and maxi lengths to choose from, as well as traditional colours and modern designs with tulle, animal prints and rhinestone. The dirndl jewellery should always match the style in question. Unconventional pendants are the right accessories for modern variants in pink or with wild patterns. If you are wearing a traditional dirndl, choose traditional jewellery with a heart or edelweiss. Pearls are the ideal dirndl jewellery for muted colours such as beige, pine green or red and for classic fabrics. You can also match your dirndl jewellery with the “Gschnürr” (traditional chain on the top part of the dirndl) or the Charivari, if you have them on your dress.