|Lugoj||Women - waist length pieptar decorated with leather appliquéd and embroidery.|
|Făget||Hip length pieptar with red decoration|
|NW Banat||Coloured leather appliqué and mirrors embedded in leather|
|Bihor||Waist length sheepskin pieptar decorated in green and red.|
edged with black fur and decorated with red and green embroidery, or red embroidery and small pieces of coloured leather appliqué.
|Maramureş, Iza Valley||
|Maramureş Mara valley||Small mirrors are inserted into the embroidery on sheepskin pieptar.|
|Maramureş Vişeu valley||
Hip length man's brown leather
Pieptar are decorated with solid brown woollen
embroidery, and eyelets
Hungarian, white pieptar covered totally in embroidery mostly red.
waist length pieptar
covered with brightly coloured woollen tassels.
covered with brown and black velvet and edged with fur, and decorated with floral embroidery.
|Valea Şieutului Bistriţa-Năsăud and Valea Mureşului Superior||
Men wear hip length pieptar
|Csik||In winter men wear fur waistcoats decorated with leather appliqué instead of embroidery. The fur waistcoat has cloth sleeves.|
Women wear waist length
edged with black velvet and a band of red leather, and decorated with isolated motifs of red and green embroidery.
|Sibiu and Braşov||
Men's and women's
|Sibiu||Bituşcă, long sheepskin cloak with very long sleeves. In wet weather this is worn inside out to let water trickle down. Can be decorated in red & black.|
|Făgăraş||Women – Short sheepskin pieptar decorated in red and black (young girls), or black (married women). Older version has side opening Men – Pieptar side opening, decoration in red with black.|
|Bran||Cojoac - sheepskin coat cut like modern jacket decorated in red & black|
|Sălaj||Pieptar are made of brown leather|
|Pădureni||Sleeveless sheepskin waistcoat called 'cojoc' richly decorated with red, green and blue coloured wool but with characteristic 4 'moon' shapes uncovered on back.|
White fabric waistcoat called
made of aba and decorated with black braid, forms part of portul schileresc
|Romanaţi,||Waist length, decorated with rosettes and spirals mostly in red, buttons up, black fur edging. (same decoration can be seen in Pleven, Bulgaria in 19C)|
|Argeş, Vâlcea, Gorj||Long sheepskin cloak called
sarică or bituşca
|Câmpia Munteniei||White or brown cojoace decorated with embroidery in large spirals or large floral patterns|
|Moldavia - North|
Women - Pieptar cu poale
|Fălticeni||Cojoc and Pieptar decorated with several horizontal bands of floral embroidery, plus vertical band down front.|
|Gura Humorului||Edged with black lambs skin and less elaborate ornamentation.|
|Valea Bistriţei||Pieptar called'
|Moldavia - Central and South|
|Neamţ||Hip length & flared skirt, edged in grey wool.|
|Bacău||Cojoc and Pieptar decorated with ornamental lines like 2 thin stems also seen on other parts of costume. Less decoration than Neamţ and not flared, also grey edged.|
|Serbia (Vojvodina)||Kiožuh – woman’s waistcoat of sheepskin ornamented with multicoloured leather appliqué and small mirrors. Back length 30 - 38 cm.|
|Bulgaria||Sheepskin - waist or knee length, open in front, festive version decorated with appliqué work in coloured leather or embroidery.|