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Summer Special: Tradition is Trend!
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„Dirndl, Lederhose, Haferlschuh“: For some these folkloric dress code is nothing but water under the bridge now, - but for others it´s an expression of pride in their tradition and culture. Fact is: Sales figures show that Dirndl and Lederhosen are in fashion and trendy of all ages.
The phenomenon „back to tradition“ is also noticeable when it comes to good manners: punctuality, politeness and courtesy are highly in demand - especially in a business surrounding. ZOOM has researched the most important rules of etiquette at the office!
‘Dirndl’ meets ‘Lederhose’
Be it a traditional festival in a marquis, a wedding or a graduation ball – in traditional ‘Tracht’ costume you’re always appropriately dressed. In the office too. The strong upward trend towards ‘Dirndl’ dresses and the like has been evident for some years now. Younger people in particular are once again reaching for what was traditionally patriotic costume. ZOOM took a look round a ‘Tracht’ fashion shop.
Traditional and modern merge – ‘Tracht’ makes it possible
Rules of etiquette for the office
To be dressed in style that’s appropriate for the occasion is both a courtesy and a prerequisite for professional life. But what use is the very best suit if the behaviour is inappropriate?