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If a piece of clothing had an Oscar vadeant, then it would be the dirndl. I know koa bessa gschneiderts Kleidl, that every woman is so good bassd and city, like the beautiful dragon.
The Scheeste am Dirndl is ned grod des Hoiz voa da Hüttnn, the mi a oid well-known Übawwick kost, but aa da Boarian dialect, in the ma sofoat foid.
Oh, so that you can use the dialect, you have to wear one of course. I'll get you in the mood:
There's a Hofbräu mouse in Munich
And now, better? Well, what I actually wanted to say at the beginning: After almost five years of lipoedema fashion, I finally managed to get a dirndl outfit online on time for the Oktoberfest. So grab a measure of good Bavarian beer with me and let's toast the world's biggest festival and the Oscar-winning costume.
What makes the dirndl so perfect, especially for women with lipedema and lymphedema? You can buy the matching dirndl blouse for your upper arms separately from the dress and the dirndl in the length that you like best on your legs.
Prize-worthy, I say!
But wait! Something is still missing ... So that the legs and arms survive the boozy day at the Oktoberfest, the flat knit compression must of course not be missing.
Moosgrea, like a freshly mown Oim
What I'm doing here isn't good for SEO, but it's a lot more fun with me (and hopefully you too). What you see here in this lipedema outfit article is that Mediven 550 in the color moss green with the Elbow and knee functional zones von medicine
I think this color is totally underrated because you can do a lot more with it than you might think at first. It goes great with gray, light and dark blue, pink, earth tones, wine red and everything else that is not on the tree at Drei.
So what are you waiting for One, two, pantyhose houch!
And if you need more inspiration for the color moss green from medi, you will find it here more!
Here are the links for post-shopping for the lipedema dirndl outfit!
Dirndl and dirndl blouse: Trachten Outlet24 | Shoes: Gabor
This article was created in cooperation with Medi.
Pictures: Michaela Kern