|Banat||Thick fulled coat may be green, grey, blue coats, and were decorated with multicoloured ornaments.|
|Lugoj, Timiş||Dark woollen suman with dark embroidery.|
|Câmpia Banatului||Richly ornamented Şuba or Duruţ which are made of dimie similar to those worn in Câmpie Dunării. Older coats were in white colour, butmore recently green or blue cloth was used. Duruţ overcoats have gussets, a large square collar, wide sleeves, and are decorated with black braid on the large collar which occupies a third part of the upper back, on cuffs, on front and on middle of back.|
||Suman made of white woollen cloth decorated with black braid and embroideries on the front edges, cuffs and pockets.|
|Bihor, Arad, Zărand, and Apuseni Mts.||Fabric overcoats
|Aleşd, Crişul Repede, Bihor||Black sumane.|
|Năsăud||Blue cloth coat, decorated with velvet, cord and silver clasps, or plain black, brown or grey sumane. Colour can be mark of social standing - black sumane worn by border guard peasants.|
Ţundre Knee length coat with wide sleeves made of white pănură (dimie) cloth worn by men and women, or grey with coloured tassels. Ţundră in postav made from 19thC has decoration in coloured thick cloth in red and black, appliquéd on the edges of the gussets and the sleeves.
|Csik||In winter men wore a type of coat with a red collar, or the poor wore a long coat of brown cloth.|
|Haţeg||White cloth suman with narrow ornaments on edges and collar.|
|Haţeg and Petroşani.||Şuba înfundată cut in a frock form with gussets in front, appears only in Haţeg and Petroşani.|
|Pădureni||Şuba, overcoat of white woollen cloth, ornaments on edge in cord or cloth.|
|Hunedoara||White woven coats worn which resemble Moldavian coats in shape.|
|Fagaraş||Recălele (long aba coats).|
|Zona Târnavelor||Zeghe - worn by men and women. These are cut of 9 pieces of pănură (dimie) in white, brown or black, and have lateral gussets and wide sleeves. They are worn on shoulders with sleeves to the back.|
|Recăl, worn, both by men and women. 2 types: Recăl hoizănesc, worn in Avrig, Sibiu, waist length made of grey or black cloth (pănură) without collar. It is worn on shoulders without putting on the arms. Recăl românesc worn by women was long and made of black cloth (pănură, lined with coloured cloth (pânză) and bordered with black velvet. Mens' version was shorter, buttoned up at the front, with pockets and buttons, with a collar of lamb’s fur. On the lining of front and on lapels, are appliquéd pieces of red cloth approx. 10cm wide.|
|Oltenia||Dimie were white, and decorated with braiding and subtle coloured decoration.|
|Waist length coat in white woollen cloth with black braiding.|
Giubea sleeveless hip length coat of homespun white
woollen cloth decorated with red braid.
Red greatcoat and trousers worn by coach drivers (surugii).
Short cojoc - Hip length sheepskin coat decorated in rosettes & spirals as in Romanaţi.
Long sleeved calf length white woollen cloth coat decorated in light black embroidery.
Cojoc - long sleeved, skirted hip length white woollen
cloth coat, decorated with red, black & green spirals or black woollen coat (cojoc), decorated with
rosettes and spirals in red & green.
Giubea - long sleeveless white cloth coat, decorated on front worn by men & women.
Epingle - long mans coat with hood of Romanţi.
|Muntenia||Dimie are white, grey or brown and are decorated with black braid. Thick fulled coat may be red.|
|Câmpia Munteniei, Olteniei and in Dobrogea,||Ipingea - Long coat made of dimie sometimes with hood worn in Câmpia Munteniei, Olteniei and in Dobrogea, decorated with braid. This appears frequently in commemorative pictures of peasants in Oltenia 18th to 19th century in Câmpofeni, Schela, Şomăneşti (Gorj), Horezu (Vâlcea) etc. This shows oriental influence from 17th to 19th century (Ottoman) originally used at court and later in countryside.|
|Ialomiţa, Ilfov, Teleorman||Imurlac - Long coat in coloured dimie worn decorated with braid and multicoloured cloth. In NW part of the zone imurlac has more sober decoration. In villages situated north of Iacul Snagov, it was covered with ornamental motifs in thin braid in red, yellow, green, blue and white and metal buttons, and with a large multicoloured tassel top of hood.|
|Ţara Loviştei||Zeghe – dark.|
|Vlaşca,||Imurlucuri (found here and Dobrogea).|
|Dobrogea||Imurlucuri -Ghebă / mantă, coat worn over waistcoat with large gussets and tied with a belt. Epingea or imurlac found near Danube –names show Oriental, Turko-Balkan origin. These coats are richly decorated and can be seen in 1st half of 19th century prints of surugius – mail coach drivers.|
Thick fulled black, brown or grey braided coats, sometimes with hoods
and wide gussets, 3 categories of sumane worn according to the season.
|Moldavia - North|
|Moldavia - Central & South|
|Roman||Sumane made of white cloth decorated with black cording.|
|Central Moldavia||Sumane made of silver-coloured (greyish) wool.|
Mens and women’s coats widespread especially in West,
made of white fulled wool, knee length, open in front and slightly flared of
Decoration on mens coats centred on upper part of front, often in trapezoid forms outlined by braiding or filled with embroidered linear geometric ornaments.
|Lugoj, Banat||Cloth vest called a Chintuş decorated with black braid is worn by men.|
|Ţara Oaşului and Maramureş||Waistcoats are crocheted in multicoloured wool.|
Men – Black fabric waistcoat (laibăr) worn since 19th C.
Women – black wollen cloth or velvet waistcoats (ilic) worn since later 19th C.
|Pădureni||Men wear white woollen fabric vest called laibăr, decorated on edge with rows of cord or cloth, which show the age of the man!.|
|Gorj||Ilic – waistcoat made from white woollen cloth with black braiding.|
|Dobrogea||Dark double breasted coloured waistcoat as called guibea, decorated with black braid.|
|Moldavia - Vrancea||
Women - Black woollen cloth or velvet waistcoat (ilic)
Men - Black fabric waistcoat (laibăr)
|Ukraine||Zubun - sleeveless waistcoat.|