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MENS OKTOBERFEST COSTUMES

Men’s Oktoberfest Costumes

It’s coming up faster than you think! Oktoberfest actually starts Saturday, September 21, so make sure you get your costume organised in time. If you want lederhosen, men, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got whatever kind of men’s Oktoberfest costume you want, from the traditional shorts to Bavarian hats and ties, and even beer buddy full-body suits. Get everything you need delivered fast and free with all orders over $99!

What Do Men Wear For Oktoberfest?

Men’s Oktoberfest outfits are a little more straightforward than the ladies’ as the options tend to stay a bit more traditional. The traditional men’s Oktoberfest get-up is a lederhosen outfit; traditional Bavarian breeches that are generally brown or black, sit above the knee and are decorated with flowers or foliage embroidery. These lederhosen are held up with matching H-shaped lederhosen suspenders and paired with a button-up shirt, usually white or chequered but you can go as bold as you like. Some men like to add a traditional woollen vest to keep them warm when they’re Oktoberfest-ing late into the night.

Finish the look with an Alpine hat, classic socks, and sturdy shoes. The complete ensemble looks… well, a little dorky, but come Oktoberfest, all the cool guys will have their braces tight and their knees bare. When you want to take it up a notch, CostumeBox has extra options for hat accessories, jackets, and vests.

How To Make A Lederhosen Costume

True lederhosen (meaning literally “leather pants” in German) are made of (you guessed it) leather, so going DIY and attempting to make your own lederhosen is a task only a select few will want to try. It’s convenient then, that you can get a full lederhosen costume here at CostumeBox for an all-in-one men’s Oktoberfest costume. We have lightweight material lederhosen, for those looking for comfort and convenience while not sacrificing style. We also have beautiful lederhosen made of genuine leather in the traditional style, for the most authentic Oktoberfest experience this side of Salzburg!

Oktoberfest costumes are the most fun when you fully commit to them, so don’t forget to accessorise! For the full kit to go with your lederhosen, complete the look of your Oktoberfest costume with a hat, shoes and socks, as well as a large mug of beer. Or two.

Heaps Of Hats

During Oktoberfest, the locals traditionally wore Tirolerhüte (Bavarian hats), with goat hair attached to the hat to signify wealth. The more tufts of goat hair you have on your hat, the more money you were thought to have. The traditional wool or felt Alpine hats are the most commonly seen headwear at Oktoberfest. We have a range of these hats in a variety of colours – including the blue and white diamonds of the Bavarian flag – that will keep you comfortable and stylish at your Oktoberfest party.

A common alternative is the floppy farmer-style hat, but you’ll also see beer mug shaped hats, wizard hats, and even a plush bratwurst hat. Whatever you want to wear to top off your costume, you’ll find something for your noggin here.

For Your Feet

CostumeBox has all your Oktoberfest sock needs covered. Keep your shins warm with a pair of long socks with a traditional knit design, or choose brightly coloured ones to add fun to your outfit.

The best shoes to wear over your Oktoberfest socks are dark, sturdy boots. The traditional Oktoberfest socks are almost a cross between a dress shoe and a work boot. If you don’t have a pair, any brown or black closed-toe shoes will do the job. Whatever you do, do not wear open-toed shoes. Although Germans have a reputation for wearing socks and sandals, there is inevitably a fair amount of broken glass and spilled beer at Oktoberfest. Nobody wants a cut foot. Or socks that smell like stale beer. Oktoberfest beer is brewed especially strong for the festival – at least 6% – and it has a smell to match. If you’re heading to a particularly rambunctious Oktoberfest party, you might want to wear shoes you aren’t too attached to.

How About A Different Men’s Oktoberfest Costume?

Fun fact: Albert Einstein (of the theory of relativity fame) once worked at Oktoberfest as an electrician helping to set up one of the beer tents at the 1896 festival. If, like Albert, you like to think differently, you might not see yourself in a traditional lederhosen outfit. Never fear! There are plenty of other men’s Oktoberfest outfit options for you here.

Want a full-body beer bottle or keg costume? CostumeBox has several for you to choose from. Feel like accessorising with novelty hats and glasses? We’ve got plenty of different kinds in stock. Want a six-pack T-shirt to show off where your abs would be if you didn’t have other priorities? You’ll find it at CostumeBox. How about a slick two-piece suit in Bavaria’s iconic blue-and-white flag print? Ja, we have it all.

At CostumeBox, we have a great range of men’s Oktoberfest costumes and accessories available; if you’re looking to buy lederhosen and a nice Alpine hat without a long and expensive trip to Munich, this is the place to find it. Get kitted out with your lederhosen costume and all the accessories at CostumeBox and get it delivered fast and free for all orders over $99.

MENS OKTOBERFEST COSTUMES

Men’s Oktoberfest Costumes

It’s coming up faster than you think! Oktoberfest actually starts Saturday, September 21, so make sure you get your costume organised in time. If you want lederhosen, men, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got whatever kind of men’s Oktoberfest costume you want, from the traditional shorts to Bavarian hats and ties, and even beer buddy full-body suits. Get everything you need delivered fast and free with all orders over $99!

What Do Men Wear For Oktoberfest?

Men’s Oktoberfest outfits are a little more straightforward than the ladies’ as the options tend to stay a bit more traditional. The traditional men’s Oktoberfest get-up is a lederhosen outfit; traditional Bavarian breeches that are generally brown or black, sit above the knee and are decorated with flowers or foliage embroidery. These lederhosen are held up with matching H-shaped lederhosen suspenders and paired with a button-up shirt, usually white or chequered but you can go as bold as you like. Some men like to add a traditional woollen vest to keep them warm when they’re Oktoberfest-ing late into the night.

Finish the look with an Alpine hat, classic socks, and sturdy shoes. The complete ensemble looks… well, a little dorky, but come Oktoberfest, all the cool guys will have their braces tight and their knees bare. When you want to take it up a notch, CostumeBox has extra options for hat accessories, jackets, and vests.

How To Make A Lederhosen Costume

True lederhosen (meaning literally “leather pants” in German) are made of (you guessed it) leather, so going DIY and attempting to make your own lederhosen is a task only a select few will want to try. It’s convenient then, that you can get a full lederhosen costume here at CostumeBox for an all-in-one men’s Oktoberfest costume. We have lightweight material lederhosen, for those looking for comfort and convenience while not sacrificing style. We also have beautiful lederhosen made of genuine leather in the traditional style, for the most authentic Oktoberfest experience this side of Salzburg!

Oktoberfest costumes are the most fun when you fully commit to them, so don’t forget to accessorise! For the full kit to go with your lederhosen, complete the look of your Oktoberfest costume with a hat, shoes and socks, as well as a large mug of beer. Or two.

Heaps Of Hats

During Oktoberfest, the locals traditionally wore Tirolerhüte (Bavarian hats), with goat hair attached to the hat to signify wealth. The more tufts of goat hair you have on your hat, the more money you were thought to have. The traditional wool or felt Alpine hats are the most commonly seen headwear at Oktoberfest. We have a range of these hats in a variety of colours – including the blue and white diamonds of the Bavarian flag – that will keep you comfortable and stylish at your Oktoberfest party.

A common alternative is the floppy farmer-style hat, but you’ll also see beer mug shaped hats, wizard hats, and even a plush bratwurst hat. Whatever you want to wear to top off your costume, you’ll find something for your noggin here.

For Your Feet

CostumeBox has all your Oktoberfest sock needs covered. Keep your shins warm with a pair of long socks with a traditional knit design, or choose brightly coloured ones to add fun to your outfit.

The best shoes to wear over your Oktoberfest socks are dark, sturdy boots. The traditional Oktoberfest socks are almost a cross between a dress shoe and a work boot. If you don’t have a pair, any brown or black closed-toe shoes will do the job. Whatever you do, do not wear open-toed shoes. Although Germans have a reputation for wearing socks and sandals, there is inevitably a fair amount of broken glass and spilled beer at Oktoberfest. Nobody wants a cut foot. Or socks that smell like stale beer. Oktoberfest beer is brewed especially strong for the festival – at least 6% – and it has a smell to match. If you’re heading to a particularly rambunctious Oktoberfest party, you might want to wear shoes you aren’t too attached to.

How About A Different Men’s Oktoberfest Costume?

Fun fact: Albert Einstein (of the theory of relativity fame) once worked at Oktoberfest as an electrician helping to set up one of the beer tents at the 1896 festival. If, like Albert, you like to think differently, you might not see yourself in a traditional lederhosen outfit. Never fear! There are plenty of other men’s Oktoberfest outfit options for you here.

Want a full-body beer bottle or keg costume? CostumeBox has several for you to choose from. Feel like accessorising with novelty hats and glasses? We’ve got plenty of different kinds in stock. Want a six-pack T-shirt to show off where your abs would be if you didn’t have other priorities? You’ll find it at CostumeBox. How about a slick two-piece suit in Bavaria’s iconic blue-and-white flag print? Ja, we have it all.

At CostumeBox, we have a great range of men’s Oktoberfest costumes and accessories available; if you’re looking to buy lederhosen and a nice Alpine hat without a long and expensive trip to Munich, this is the place to find it. Get kitted out with your lederhosen costume and all the accessories at CostumeBox and get it delivered fast and free for all orders over $99.

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