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Dirndl (traditional Austrian costume)

ladies' and girls' ceremonial folk dress, especially popular in Alpine regions. Made from colour-weave or printed cotton fabrics in vivid colours. Its neckline is typically lace-up and decorative; its short sleeves are full. An inseparable part of this attire is the apron. This garment was influential in the ladies' fashion of the early 1980s.



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