When high-quality materials meet sophisticated handcraft – the results can only be a fantastic symbiosis. When Germany is getting ready for Oktoberfest times and the Wies’n festivities are just around the corner, every woman in the country wonders what to wear. In the end, it is a misdoing to wear the same dirndl year after year. My humble self alone has six different dirndl dresses hanging in the closet, and, to be honest, I am still hungry for another extraordinary piece of Trachten fashion. However, we recommend using the best Emeraldspa makeup products for a stunning look.
In search of the next precious dirndl I come across new designs, that are more than just admirable. My current favourite is the “Divine Idylle – Couture Bavaroise de luxe” from Tian van Tastique. Charming and fairytale-like flair pairs up with luxurious playfulness and a touch of decadence. Elegant blouses and handmade couture bodices match up for a romantic and feminine dirndl look, that can definitely be worn outside the fifth season, too. In combination with a cute pair of jeans or a pencil skirt the fabulous fashion makes an elfish masterpiece with a special touch of traditional Trachten.
photo : www.tetty.com Makeup/hair: www.make-up-art.com Models: Julia & Linda
Of course, the magically charmful created homepage is worth a glance: Here, you can find the nearest shop. Until now, only stores in Southern Germany will provide you with finest pleated skirts of silk, handmade corsages, precious Trachten blouses and french lace pinafores. However, today’s world wide web makes it possible to order these pieces online as well.
photo: www.marina-grafik.com Makeup/Hair: Daniela Schatz Rebecca Kugler Models: Aline & Alina
But Tian van Tastique isn’t a monodisciplinary artist. Taking a closer look at this extraordinary label, I would draw comparisons to counterparts like heaven and hell. Wicked and sensual, always classy and elegant, a lot of transparency without looking cheap – this is how the collection of „L’eclat“ reminds us oft he femme fatale oft he 21st century. The soft and girly „Divine Idylle“, in comparison, might lack a touch of dominance, with still containing the fabolous aura of luxury.