|Lugoj, Banat||Izmene - Woollen trousers decorated with heavy black braid, as is waistcoat.|
|Bihor||Gacii - worn in summer were worked in rough cloth for everyday work and finer cloth for festive clothes. They are made of 4 widths of cloth for old men and 5 for bachelors and young men. They were held up by Brăcinăriţă – a cord made of plaited hemp or cotton.|
Cioareci - tight fitting (Hungarian style)
decorated with braiding and coloured appliqué worn in winter.
Narrow calf length Gacii worn in summer.
|Maramureş, Oaş, Crişana|
|Oaş||Very full gathered linen trousers called 'gacii' - The lower edges are decorated with "roit" fringes made of warp threads and "brazi" sewn in colours. In winter thick cioareci are worn decorated with red and black braid.|
|Ţara Lapuşului||Gaci are sewn in 5 widths of cloth for festive costume, and 4 widths for work clothes.|
|Bistriţa - Năsăud||Cioareci - white woollen trousers worn tucked into boots.|
|Haromszek||Mens cioareci - tight frieze trousers made of home made cloth (fawn or white colour). Since 1764 when Mounted Boundary Defence Division of the Szekelys was organised by Maria –Theresa the uniform worn had become the national costume, but without the yellow colour.|
|Pădureni||Cioareci - white woollen trousers.|
|Târnave and Alba, Petroşani,||Cioareci were decorated with subtle motifs, sewn in wool, cotton or silk or coloured stripes were woven into the fabric.|
|Mărginimea Sibiului||Cioareci - white woollen trousers in winter, izmene - white linen trousers in summer|
|Oltenia||In Gorj, Dolj, Romanaţi cioareci are heavily decorated in black, navy blue or violet woollen braid patterns similar to those used for the fabric waistcoats, chintuş.|
|Dolj||Cioareci – made of white cloth, and not decorated worn in winter. Izmene – worn in summer.|
|Romanaţi||Cioareci - White woollen trousers.|
|Gorj||Cioareci - White woollen with black braid and piping appliquéd. This style of dress is based on uniforms worn by soldiers in 1821 peasant revolt led by Tudor Vladimirescu.|
|Olt||Cioareci - White or black woollen.|
|Câmpia Munteniei & Vlaşca||Poturi - Blue, black or brown baggy woollen trousers are worn.|
nădragi decorated with blue or black braid.
|Dobrogea||Poturi or şalvari are worn most frequently, sometimes narrow cioareci made of white aba.|
|Moldavia - North|
|Suceava.||Bernevici - Trousers made of fulled white woollen cloth, woven in 4 heddles, with a special cut, worn creased along the legs. In other parts of Moldavia "Bernevicii" are worn without creases.|
|Suceava - zones of Rădăuţi and Fălticeni||Iţari made of pânza woven in 5 or 6 heddles with geometric decoration.|
|Iaşi||Iţari, very long and creased as wound round legs.|
|Moldavia - Central & South|
|Neamţ – Basin Dornelor & Bacău||Iţarii drepţii or with little creases were worn.|
|Gyimes||Tight linen trousers in summer, tight frieze trousers in winter both worn over socks.|
Iţari, worn in winter were very long and creased as wound round legs.
Thin summer trousers (Izmene)
|Bulgaria||Older style mens trousers were called Nogavitsi, benevretsi or dimii. These were close fitting trousers, with narrow straight legs. These developed from primitive trousers consisting of 2 separate Nogavitsi (trouser legs) tied together. Benevretsi were ankle length, tight fitting decorated with black cording, found in NW. Dimii were just below knee length, wide legged trousers, decorated at lower edge with binding, appliqué work, & embroidery. Found in Central North Bulgaria but originating in NW.|