Gathered neck chemise (cămaşă încreţită) with wide frills (fodor) on sleeves, which open out from just below the elbow. It has a wide horizontal band of geometric embroidery above the elbow, this style of decoration being known as cămaşă cu şire peste cot.
Sleeveless sheepskin flared waistcoat (pieptar) covered with brown velvet and edged with fur, and decorated with floral embroidery and beads.
Narrow woven woollen front and back aprons (catrinţe) with horizontal woven stripes in red, brown and black and a row of coloured crochet lace motifs on the hem.
Mauroon printed floral headscarf
Black felt hat (pălărie) with low crown and wide brim.
Hip length sheepskin jacket (pieptar), decorated with appliqué red leather, red silk embroidery and multicoloured woollen tassels.
Wide leather belt (chimir)
Heavy boots (bocanci)
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Photo taken in Năsăud, July 1991, showing the traditional welcome given to visitors.