Every region offers its own unique take on the dirndl
The same rule still applies to this day: No two dirndls are the same. Over time, regional and local differences began to emerge, making each traditional look unique and distinctive. In Passau in lower Bavaria, a golden hat is worn with traditional costume. Although it’s relatively close to Passau, in tranquil Hinterskirchen other details take center stage. Women there not only wear blue knee-high socks, but they also wear a small crown (kranl) — the latter only applies to unmarried ladies, however. Fashionable dirndl wearers in upper Bavaria, on the other hand, usually team their dirndl with a choker. The final look is always a unique mix of tradition and personal taste.