Especially for the wedding: Who thinks that traditional german dirndl and lace motives are stale, has not yet seen a shoot of Dirndl-Liebe and Brigitte Adolph jewellery! Sarah Tack, the designer behind Dirndl-Liebe, creates modern dirndls for the most beautiful day in life and shows how flattering and feminine this dress can be. Since her unique dirndls are often decorated with lace or braids, Sarah’s wedding dirndl harmonize beautifully with lace bridal jewellery from my studio.
Dirndl-Liebe is a boutique in Munich, where every dress is tailored to the personal ideas of the bride – whether it’s the skirt length, the fabric or refined details. Genuine unique pieces emerge, as individual as the brides who step in front of the altar.
Floral crowns are still the most popular accessory to the braided hairstyles that fit the dirndl. A beautiful shop for floral design is Aschwin in Ismaning, which served as the location for the latest Dirndl-Liebe photo shoot.
The Aschwin team also made the flower hair accessories for the models Elisabeth, Carina, Miriam and Suzan, which set a romantic accent.
Blossoms, flowers and pearls
In the lace blouses and often also on the dirndl fabrics themselves you will find floral patterns. Lace jewellery motifs such as Jettchen, Fräulein Loreley or Pique Dame therefore fit particularly well to the ear of a dirndl bride.
No décolleté without a necklace!
The lacing in the waist and the lace-trimmed blouse conjure up a charming dirndl décolleté, which offers room for a decorative necklace in brightly shimmering 925 silver.
Something special: Ombré look, slave bracelet and large gemstones
If you prefer a less classic look, you can combine large statement earrings, the Turandot variant with the colour gradient of silver in rosé or the royal-looking Undine jewellery pieces with facetted rock crystals to create an individual wedding outfit.