|Timiş -Lugoj,||Coronets worn called "conciuri" made of silk woven materials.|
|Timiş -Câmpia Bănătului||Cloth bonnet - conci woven in "arămiz" ( yellow thread).|
|Valea Bistrei||Ceapsă worn made of linen
and covered with polychrome embroidery & beads.
Ceapsă drepunghiulară, folded , or ceapsă triunghiulară, with high edges (brims).
|Maramureş||Bridal coronets decorated to match pieptar.|
|Oaş||Bride's headdress called "coada cu cunună" made of her hair adorned with beads, ribbons, wool, flowers.|
|Codru||Cashmere headscarves decorated in floral patterns.|
|Bistriţa - Năsăud||Young girls wear coronet covering their ears called "păuniţe" (little pea-hens).|
|Călăţele / Rimetea||Young Hungarians wear "parta" a coronet decorated with beads and ribbons.|
|Csik, Kazon||Up to 1st world war, women wore black bonnets made of silk or cloth and decorated with beads and ribbons. These have 1-3 crescents (like Swiss hats) and 10cm wide and 2m long black ribbons which tie under chin.|
|Petroşani||Ceapsã worn or married women wear "nãframã" of white cloth, embroidered on ends and on part that covers forehead.|
|Zona Pădurenilor||Ceapsă made of cloth, covered by a white ştergar
which is wrapped round
head and under chin, then is fixed on ceapsă with 3 pins with coloured heads
and decorated with red artificial flowers.
Ceapsă cu un corn - bonnet with a peak.
|Zona Târnavelor||Older style head-dress called vălitoare, made
of a pasteboard circlet
"cârpă cu ranţe" - imported factory made fringed scarf of wool or cotton, usually maroon, green or cream, introduced into local costume before 1st world war.
|Zona Haţegului||Ceapsă cu două coarne - bonnet with two “peaks” or ceapsă în formă de bonetă, tied at back.|
|Mărginamea Sibiu||Older style headdress- Vălitoare cu ciurel - piece of white
linen wrapped round head.
Around 1900 a form of ştergar called a pahiol made of silk was wound round the head like a turban.
More recently a black fringed broboadă
|Ţara Făgãraşului||Ştergar called pomeselnic worn over a bonnet called a căiţă de cap made of black cloth or silk.|
|Zona Branului||A fine maramă with linear decoration comprising parallel rows in black and gold thread called a "pahiol" is worn, or bariş - factory made scarf of fine wool worn by married women under carpă or under silk marama.|
Ceapsă worn by young women, and by married women
on Sundays. It is worn with peak towards nape of neck and
angled sideways, and is decorated with silver tinsel
|Ţara Oltului||Yellow fringed scarf called "cârpă" worn.|
|Câmpia Munteniei||Ciumber or bariş - triangular scarf of thin material, usually white cotton decorated with crochet lace on the edges, worn under a silk ştergar.|
|Moldavia - North|
|Rădăuăţi||White head kerchief with woven colour ornaments.|
|Moldavia - Central & South|
|Ţara Vrancei||Hair worn with a parting, forming 2 peaks on crest of
head, with thick cloth worn over it.
Ştergar worn with older costumes. Maramă has become more popular recently.