A fun look at women’s fashion in Germany by a fellow ex-pat blogger!
Let me start by saying this is just an observation of the small southern area Im living in. This is not true for all of Germany but I’ve been here almost 3 years and have seen a pattern with the style of women here. Hate to break it to you all but they don’t walk around in drindls and lederhosen all day, unfortuantely. Here’s a few things that I found was culturally different from the women in the States!
1. Short hair don’t care
Truthfully, NOT a fan of this short hair look here. There are SOOOOO many girls, young and old, with this short hair. Most of the time, I can’t tell who is a boy or a girl from behind, sometimes from the front. But even my Italian hairstylist hates it! She says in Italy all the girls have long beautiful hair and here she prefers the clients…
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5 thoughts on “Dress Like A German – Female Edition”
Thanks for the reblog! :-)))) xoxoxoxo
No problem! I love this post 😀
Haha, this made me laugh! I have to admit that I have never seen so much bling in Germany, not in the hair, on nails, on teeth…maybe I lived in the wrong area, I don’t know. And I am thankful that nobody I know wears pants like these!
But I agree on the scarf thing! I wear scarves all the time. 🙂
I haven’t seen the hair bling, but I’ve definitely seen a few teenagers around here with sparkly things on their teeth! It always irritates me because I think they’ve got something on their teeth at first…