The traditional Bavarian tight fitting leather pants are very fashionable. Customers from all over the world can buy their German lederhosen pairs from Pennsylvania based traditional German embroidery service Ernst Licht.
Oley, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/23/2015 -- The tight fitting traditional short leather pants from Bavaria are probably among the coolest heritage garments. Each year in Oktoberfest, millions of men and women sport their German lederhosen styles in full fervor. This merry festival in Munich is actually the biggest carnival of the world, held for straight sixteen days in winter. If you are planning to schedule a visit this year, get your lederhosen packing in the suitcase surely.
Obviously, you may prefer to wear your denims all the time, but Lederhosen are cool as long as you are open to wearing short pants. Truth be said, men's feet revealed are usually hairy and seldom look as nice as women's legs. So, you will also need to wear the socks to balance the effect. Men and women can easily shop any garment or accessory they need from Ernst Licht.
"We are Germans and we want to help the whole world feel true German somewhere in heart. Our pride is in our helpfulness and sense of universal brotherhood. Oktoberfest is always a festival about making friends all over the world. Everyone laughs in the same happiness of being loved. The lederhosen are like the national uniform of Bavaria. In fact, do you know that Levi Strauss also hailed from this region of Germany? " The company spokesperson was very friendly. He also informed that lately the company is receiving an increasing number of inquiries every day. "Our shelves are regularly updated with new products," the executive confirmed.
About Ernst Licht
Ernst Licht is a German embroidery service specializing in Oktoberfest costumes and accessories. They have an excellent lederhosen collection that is updated often to meet up with the increasing demand worldwide.
Contact person: Daniel Licht
Address: Ernst Licht Embroidery and Imports, Inc.
347 Main Street Oley, Pennsylvania
Telephone: 1 – 610 – 987 – 9496