There seems to be a strange kind of addiction to Dirndl Dresses. I just can't stop thinking about new models and designs and patterns!
But this Dirndl is a premiere for me to, it's not a traditional Dress, but more a fashion Dirndl.
I do use a traditional pattern though, but the colours are all modern this time.
And I shortened it, too. Not this horrible modern "Dirndl-Oktoberfest-Crap", you can buy on ebay or in Japan, - length, but just kneelength.
The pattern I use is another Innviertler Dress, but not the same I used for my Ikara Dress.
This one will be similar to the Rieder Festtagstracht, the red Dress in the picture:
For my birthday I got the fabrics for the dress, and the brooche will go lovely with them:
I already started with the top, altered it to my size
and tried how it looks with braids.
And I'll finally get to wear my Lorien Necklace from "Die Perlenzwerge" <3
Have a nice weekend, enjoy the lovely weather!