Dirndl Bras – What to Wear Them With

The most obvious items to wear over your dirndl bra are, of course, a dirndl and an appropriate blouse. Whether you’re donning contemporary versions of these much-loved garments for Oktoberfest or on a night out, teaming them with underwear created specifically to suit them will enhance their appearance. This type of undergarment is also a must for any bride choosing to wear a wedding dirndl on her special day. It will enrich your wedding ensemble by creating a fantastic cleavage while maintaining the smooth lines of your wedding gown.

If you’re wearing a fabulous modern version of the classic Alpine dress and blouse, you should team your dirndl bra with two other pieces of specialist underwear: a petticoat and a pair of dirndl underpants (or bloomers). The petticoat is particularly important, as it will help to give your dress extra shape and can be worn slightly longer than the skirt to create an enchanting look.

Dirndl bras are also ideal garments to wear with corsages, as these sexy bodices usually boast low-cut designs closely modelled on the top half of the traditional Alpine dress. They also look wonderful with many trachten jackets, particularly those with dramatic necklines. You don’t need to wear your dirndl bra exclusively with traditional Bavarian clothing either. Practical and versatile, they can be worn with a wide range of contemporary tops and dresses too.

In terms of staying on trend, your outerwear is what matters most, but style-conscious women should look for dirndl bras with fashionable details that match their ensemble, such as pastel-coloured bows or embroidered elements.

Wearing Dirndl Bras with Trachten Clothing – Why Are They Essential?

Whether you’re buying a dirndl, corsage or trachten jacket, it might be tempting to try to economise by wearing your usual bra with it, particularly if you’re on a tight budget. However, you’d be making a mistake. While everyday alternatives may look great under your regular tops, shirts and t-shirts, they won’t necessarily work as well with this style of clothing.

Dirndls and contemporary corsages tend to have low necklines that attract the eye to the décolletage. These specialist bras will give your bust an added upwards push while providing the support you need. They are usually shaped so that they won’t stick out and create unsightly lines, while their cups are usually rounded to create an appealing shape.

This type of undergarment also often features understated feminine details, such as cute bows or lace details, in places that are most likely to be seen if your dress or corsage slips out of place. Wearing a bra that complements your outfit perfectly could therefore give you added confidence.

Krüger MADL Dirndl Bras – What Makes Them Must-Buy Pieces?

Our stunning bras boast all the features that you need to make your dirndl, corsage or traditional jacket really work for you. Available in standard and balconette versions, so you can choose the one that suits your figure and outfit best, these fetching garments are essential items for dirndl-wearers.

Soft and comfortable yet supportive so you feel secure, each garment features cups that are low enough to ensure that they won’t be seen above the neckline of your dress or top. The straps are also positioned further towards the shoulders than they would be on a standard bra to suit the width of the average dirndl’s neckline. Your Krüger MADL dirndl bra will push your bust up from below and from the sides to augment your cleavage naturally, while the delicate details on it add charm.

Our underwear collection includes dirndl bras in white, black and beige, so you’ll be able to choose one that works with your trachten garment. They are also available in an extensive selection of sizes, so you can get one that fits you beautifully. What’s more, our bras are easy to care for. Just make sure that you wash your garment by hand and follow the rest of the care instructions on its label.

How to Choose Your Krüger MADL Bra – Getting the Perfect Fit

Finding a dirndl bra that fits like a dream is simple when you use our handy size chart. Find your tape measure and follow the instructions below:

  1. Stand up straight and measure the circumference of the area underneath the bust. You’ll need to pull the tape measure fairly tightly, but make sure that you can still breathe with ease.
  2. Find the widest part of your bust – for most people, this will be at nipple height or just above – so that you can calculate your cup size. This time, make sure the tape measure is reasonably loose, so that you aren’t squashing your breasts or altering their natural shape in any way. The tape measure needs to be at the same height all the way around, so be careful that it doesn’t slip down at the back. This is usually the trickiest part of taking the measurements, but you could ask your partner, or a trusted friend or family member to help.
  3. Find the closest measurements to yours on the table below to discover what bra size to select.
Size 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120
Underbustwidth 63-67 68-72 73-77 78-82 83-87 88-92 93-97 98-102 103-107 108-112 113-117 118-122
Chest Cup AA 75-77 80-82 85-87 90-92                
Chest Cup A 77-79 82-84 87-89 92-94 97-99 102-104 107-109 112-114 117-119 122-124 127-129 132-134
Chest Cup B 79-81 84-86 89-91 94-96 99-101 104-106 109-111 114-116 119-121 122-124 129-131 134-136
Chest Cup C 81-83 86-88 91-93 96-98 101-103 106-108 111-113 116-118 121-123 124-126 131-133 136-138
Chest Cup D 83-85 88-90 93-95 98-100 103-105 108-110 113-115 118-120 123-125 128-130 133-135 138-140
Chest Cup DD/E 85-87 90-92 95-97 100-102 105-107 110-112 115-117 120-122 125-127 130-132 135-137 140-142
Chest Cup F 87-89 92-94 97-99 102-104 107-109 112-114 117-119 122-124 127-129 132-134 137-139 142-144
engl./americ. Size 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52
French Size 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 135
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