With most of the new 2017 Bavarian fashion collections now on the market in time for the spring Strong Beer Festivals, there’s no time like the present to look at buying a new pair of lederhosen
"A dirndl” is in fact made of three things: the actual dress, the apron, and the dirndl blouse - so dirndl dresses have bodices which are designed assuming that you’ll be wearing a specially cropped top
We're seeing an explosion in the way the traditional Bavarian jacket is interpreted. Besides the classic loden models in grey or brown with their green piping and collars, there are now new ideas hitting the market almost weekly
Yes, that’s right, the Oktoberfest has begun. Caught unawares? Don't worry: there's still time to make iit to Munich!
Thre is no more one perfect outfit than there is one type of person who enjoys wearing Bavarian clothing or one type of person who likes going to the Oktoberfest. There are, however, several good looks to orientate yourself towards.
Whether its jeans, shirts, or jackets, Bavarian styles have found their way into lots of everyday pieces in recent years, allowing you to create an everyday look with Oktoberfest details.
Nothing – and we mean no-thing – beats the original Munich Oktoberfest. Lots of our American customers can’t always make it over to Germany for the original, though, and some enjoy their own local Oktoberfests so much that they’d never consider missing them. And quite right too...
Lederhosen and t-shirts might seem like an odd combination, but Germans have been doing it for years. This year, though, the t-shirts are once again raising eyebrows - thanks to their exciting new designs and racy slogans...
Today’s tapping ceremony in Munich is for the Starkbierfest, quite literally the “Strong Beer Festival”. One of the city's best-kept secrets, we show the outfits you need to blend in...
This weekend, it's time to get the best out of Bavarian costume with our Black Friday 15% discount. Christmas bargains galore!
When you’re heading to the Munich Oktoberfest, forget what you think you know about German – because it could well be wrong: it's time to start learning Bavarian!
Even a lot of Germans don't know what "Loverlis" and "Loferl" are, but they are due to be the items of distinction at this year's Oktoberfest. Garters? Two-piece socks? Yes, that's right - and you heard it here first!
If summer 2015 has shown one thing, it's that denim dirndls are here to stay, both in short and medium-length dresses - and in other areas of Bavarian fashion too.
A pair of lederhosen is the central piece in traditional Bavarian costume for men – and lately, leather breeches have been becoming key items for women too. So we've decided to do our bit and award prizes to the best of the 2015 crop in traditional award-show style.
In just a few weeks, the first cask of Munich’s mighty strong brew will be tapped – and if you’re heading over, there’s still time to get your fashionable outfit sent to you.
Wool, with its versatile uses, warming fibres, and cuddly, soft feel is simply indispensable in winter. Which is why we’re delighted to be offering an extended range of woollen cardigans and jackets this year.
Cottage fashion is an important part of the Oktoberfest tracht tradition, and Stockerpoint offers a wide range of lovely shirts, bodices, dresses and more. Apart from attractive shirts and skirts in black and ecru , the classic cottage fashion colours, the new colours turquoise and red are especially convincing, as they are generously combined with nature and breathe new life into cottage fashion.\r\nTracht Shirt. An absolute eye-catcher. You’ll be sure to attract attention with these shirts.
Wearing traditional dress to the Oktoberfest. Choosing the right dirndl or lederhosen. Second-hand dirndl and lederhosen. How to tie a dirndl apron knot. Everyone, it seems, young and old alike, is wearing a traditional Bavarian dirndl (local traditional women's dress) or lederhosen to the Munich Oktoberfest. In fact, those not wearing the traditional costumes are in the minority at the festival these days.
if you can’t put your pair of lederhosen in the wash, and if they look better used anyway, why would anyone even think of washing them? Well...
The dirndl was once worn by women of every age and size – worn, what is more, by Bavarian women, who are not exactly famous for their waspish waist. So we're going back to the roots with plus-size dirndls.
the best thing about women’s fashion is that girls are happier to experiment. Which is why we are absolutely delighted with the winter collections for 2016-17, showing as they do just how much more can be done with Bavarian jackets for women.
An Oktoberfest first-timer? here are our ten most important important facts, tips, and tricks for Wiesn newbies. Read, learn, and use!
After years of experiments, in 2016, it feels like we’re approaching peak tradition - so it makes sense that traditional Bavarian shirts are back. And they've never looked better!
For most, Bavarian clothing is something they associate with leisure time: but for some in the hospitality trade, dirndls and lederhosen are uniform - and need to be hard-wearing and good value.
“Kids in lederhosen and dirndls? What is this,” I hear you ask, “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?” Well actually, kids love getting dressed up - and Bavarians are suckers for cutie-pie children. That's why we are now selling a collection of Bavarian children's outfits.
Früher waren sie das Kleidungsstück aus der Landhausmode für Frauen, die keine Girlies sein wollten. Heutzutage gibt es Trachtenmieder aber in allen Styles und Looks.
It shouldn’t be big news to anyone that leather and trousers do not a lederhosen make. But just how exacting the standards for authentic lederhosen are, might surprise you.
Die Tracht muss den Träger vor der Kälte des bayerischen Winters schützen. Und da spielt – neben Leder – Strick eben eine entscheidende Rolle
While there is no more one single perfect outfit than there is one type of person attracted to traditional Bavarian clothing, there are perfect combinations for the Oktoberfest.
If you want to wear a dirndl well, the most important thing is what you're wearing underneath: dirndl bras, petticoats, underskirts... It's not business as usual!
Is it okay to hijack other people’s traditional dress and will you look silly wearing it? Our guide to why you should take the plunge and go authentic at the Oktoberfest
Everyone knows that you can’t just wear any old shoe with a pair of premium lederhosen. Trainers are a no-no. The only really sure-fire footwear to accompany your leather breeches is the Haferlschuh, a traditional Bavarian workman’s shoe.
We’ve always got a few items in our sales outlet, but we’ve never had quite this many – and so many great classic pieces, too, that we simply have to sell off to make way for new season 2015 dirndls and lederhosen.
Stockerpoint’s new collection of high-quality lederhosen and dirndls offers a vast array of choices to fit any personality or style. Find a pair that suits you. Not too bothered about how you come across? You’re able either to sit in the background, plain and decent, or be provocative and take centre stage? Well, colorful, wild, young and modern but also classy, simple and noble fashion is what’s on offer.
The Haferlshoe collection from Stockerpoint steps away from the classical trachten shoe to deliver a whole new mix of traditional style, modernity and colour.Who says that trachten shoes and, in particular, the Haferl shoe have to be mainstream and traditional? This is not at all the case. With the Haferlshoe Poject, Stockerpoint has taken its passion for colour and unique design to create trachten shoes for men with fantastic style.
Perfect for Oktoberfest, Stockerpoint’s traditional dress meets Rock 'n' Roll. Take a look at our trendy outfits for men and women, updated in a fifties style. Traditional dirndl and lederhosen have been re-imagined in an exciting and sexy way with our new Rock 'n' Roll Fifties-inspired look. Visit our online shop to view this exciting collection of dirndl, lederhosen, shoes and matching accessories.
Carnival, Strong Beer Festival, Frühlingsfest: if you're looking for some Bavarian fun that’s off the beaten track, you might want to think about heading out in spring
It’s a shame for Bavarians that they don’t have the tradition of leaving stockings out, because knee-length socks can hold a lot of presents!
Anyone who sells Bavarian clothing has to like wearing it - and there's no place we enjoy wearing our dirndls and lederhosen more than at the Munich Oktoberfest. Read about our 2016 trip!
Still shopping around for the right lederhosen or dirndl and running out of time? Don't panic: your search ends here!
A key Bavarian fashion trend in 2016 comes in the form of hair accessories. At this year’s Oktoberfest, expect extras such as floral hairbands and hair clips to be just as noticeable as changes in dirndl and lederhosen fashions – if not more so.
Bavarian fashion has been adding Alpine details to everyday clothes for years. This season, it's the turn of blazers and hi-top chucks to get “the Bavarian treatment”!
It’s “Goodbye” to cheap and cheerful party pieces made of felt, paired with “Dave’s Stag-Do Munich 2006” t-shirts and “Hello” to real lederhosen and dirndls: and we are just the people to talk to about that...
The new batch of classic, high quality lederhosen hitting the market means that we’re going to have make space for another pair: but which?
Anyone still need help identifying the five pieces of a lederhosen outfit? Any girls still unaware that a dirndl is made up of three items? Didn’t think so. What happens when the mercury drops, however, and you still want to sport authentic Bavarian clothes?
With our love of Bavarian clothing, it would be odd if we didn't make an annual pilgrimage to the Munich Oktoberfest. And indeed we do! Here are the pictures to prove it...
So when it comes to lederhosen, the ladies are far more adventurous than the boys - and that's a good thing. It does make putting together an outfit more complicated, however. Here's our guiide to the various looks with ladies' lederhosen.
A lot of the “German lederhosen” or “Bavarian dirndls” sold outside of Germany are not authentic. But we guarantee genuine Oktoberfest wear and ship our products worldwide. So why not buy online before you get to Munich?
For all of us guys who aren’t blessed with considerable good fortune of Bavarian birth, buying our first pair of lederhosen can be a bit of an ordeal. The main thing for all non-Bavarians is too look suitable for the Munich Oktoberfest without spending more on your traditional garb than you would on a designer suit!
A classic pair of Bavarian leather breaches never goes out of fashion; for the girls, too, classic dirndls are always great to wear, but dressier pieces are subject to trends.
And in 2015, the pieces that are hot are the ones which look like they have character.
And in 2015, the pieces that are hot are the ones which look like they have character.
The two defining characteristics of this jacket are its sharp, flattering blazer cut and its hard-wearing, comfortable natural wool material – and if you’re looking to set off your lederhosen and keep out the cold in style, it is absolutely perfect.
Stephanie Hertel has created a brand new dirndl collection. Traditional yet with a touch of rock, these beautiful dresses were designed by the singer herself. Stefanie Hertel has always worn traditional Bavarian fashion at her performances, even at the start of her rise to fame. The successful German pop singer has developed her own sense of style over the course of the years and has started her own dirndl collection in collaboration with Stockerpoint.
While individual style is important, especially at an event like Oktoberfest, not all fashion is equal. Here are a few definite no-goes on Oktoberfest outfits. Oktoberfest in Munich is a meeting place of people of very different backgrounds and with very different opinions with regard to fashion. Needless to say, wearing the traditional German Oktoberfest costume to the event is always very popular.
Modern, colourful brogues from Stockerpoint. Stylish men's buckskin leather and suede shoes available in a range of colours and patterns; style, with a twist.There was a time when haferlschuhe, or brogues, were just working shoes, which is why they are typical of the traditional Bavarian Costume. Now though, Stockerpoint, the traditional costumière, has re-invented the brogue, or 'mug' shoe, as an essential designer item, giving it a brand new lease on life.