Why not slip into a sexy beer maiden adult costume; if you are getting ready to dress up for the Oktoberfest (October Fest), Halloween or any other occasion which may include a holiday, a street parade, a carnival, a theme party, or maybe for a fun night with a spouse 😉 ?
German, Alpine, & Bavarian costumes are a lot of fun. They are comfortable and bring out the wonderful folklore of the German culture. If you shop right here at Beer Maiden Costume.com, you will find the largest selection of beer maiden adult costumes for regular as well as voluptuous plus size women.
Please do keep in mind that all our outfit ensembles and their accessories such as wigs and other headpieces, footwear (shoes and stockings), jewelry and makeup, etc. are of the top most quality and we offer them at the lowest prices possible.
As I have already mentioned, ours is a huge assortment of beer maiden fraulein dresses. Here’s one that I particularly favor:
Beer has never tasted better than when it is served by a sexy beer maiden such as this one. Wunderbar!
This fun fraulein knows how to have a good time! Enjoy a cold beer…or several, in the Little Miss Lederhosen costume which includes classic suspender shorts with cute pink flower details and tiny gold buttons, and white crop top with puffy sleeves and mini-ruffles along the neckline decorated with petite pink flowers.
This beer maiden will quench your thirst for beer as well as beauty.
Invite your date to dress in Lederhosen for a fun couple’s theme this Halloween!
Since I’ve mentioned a beer stein earlier in this article, it’s only fitting that I should go into further details and so I will.
Being infested with swarms of disease carrying flies and during the Bubonic Plague which heavy afflicted the European populous of the 16th century, Germany enacted a number of laws that required all food and drinks to be covered. And that is when steins first acquired their closures which here eventually designed with hinges and thumb lifts.
At that time, most steins were designed of earthenware which was eventually developed into durable substance called “stoneware.” Today’s steins are beautifully decorated with artistic paintings and they are typically crafted from ceramics and porcelain.