I am sure that most people wouldn’t think of an Apron as an accessory ( like Jewelry is ) but once you see our aprons you will see what we mean.
Whether you are looking for an apron for your job as a waitress or hostess at a German restaurant or just need some jewelry to add the finishing touches to an Oktoberfest outfit we have something for you!
We have many items that are sure to compliment your German dress, Dirndl or Trachten skirt, and blouse.
Our Jewelry consists of various necklaces, chokers, bracelets, and earrings. Since all of our jewelry is purchased to compliment some form of German wear most of the items we have will include the beautiful German flower called an Edelweiss on it. This flower is distinguished by its white narrow pointed petals of varying lengths surrounding a center of yellow bulbous dots.
Our Aprons are just gorgeous and are nothing like the old aprons your mother used to wear in the kitchen. While most aprons are designed to protect your clothing ours are made to compliment as well as protect it. We carry both the long and the short versions to go over both long and short dirndls. Each apron is made out of stunning white high-quality material and beautifully crocheted lace. There is a wide lace border along the bottom of the apron and has a nice long wide belt that can be tied in a nice big bow.
Speaking of that big old bow – here are a few fun facts about what the placement of the bow means.
In Germany, the side you wear the bow-tied would tell the men your marital status.
- A bow tied on the woman’s left front side indicates that she is single.
- A bow tied on the woman’s right front side indicates that she is married, engaged or otherwise taken.
- A bow tied in the front center means that she is virgin.
- A bow tied in the back indicates that she is a widow.