Indulge Your Lederhosen Fantasies With The Standard's Biergarten Shirt
The winter weather might be keeping The Standard New York's Biergarten restaurant shuttered 'til springier temperatures, but that doesn't mean the faux Oktoberfest frivolity has to stop. To make sure you are always properly dressed for slamming steins, The Standard has rolled out T-shirt versions of the traditional German dirndl and lederhosen outfits.
You can get them for $35 each in The Standard's online store, keeping company with such personal favorites as The Standard's grey flip flops and their $425 bed coverlet.
The men's version, after the jump.
So ummm...we really don't know why you'd want to buy one of these shirts. Sure, they're cutebut The Standard Biergarten had such a short 2009 season that we doubt there's many people who consider it enough of "their spot" to don a shirt for the place. Plus, the design isn't exactly the sort of thing you pull out of your closet on a jeans-and-T-shirt day. Perhaps it can just be a cheap way of indulging your dirndl and/or lederhosen fantasies, if you know what we mean.
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