<div>КАПА ЗЛАТАРА KAPA ZLATARA The name means golden cap. Only worn by engaged or married women, this cap had elaborate floral designs, made in gold or silver embroidery on it. Often the initials of the wearer were included in the design. A similar, more compact cap, called džega, was worn by married women, otherwise.</div>
<div>ОПЛЕЋАК, РУБИНА </div><div>OPLEĆAK, RUBINA The blouse and skirt are separate in this zone, something that is the result of Hungarian influence from the Austro-Hungarian empire. Typically, the only ornamentation is lace and elaborate cutwork, or beli vez.</div>
ЈЕЛЕК, ПРСЛУК JELEK, PRSLUK These could be made from wool, velvet or even soft sheepskin. The designs were embroidered on the front and back, in gold and multicoloured thread. Leather vests had braid and leather applique on them.
<div>КЕЦЕЉА, ОПРЕГ </div><div>KECELJA, OPREG </div><div>A girl showed off her skill by embroidering her own velvet apron! In other areas of this zone, the apron may be woven from wool or linen, or a long pleated linen apron covered in silk embroidery.</div>
<div>СКУТИ SKUTI The name comes from the word for hem. The skirt is worn over petticoats (podsuknje) to make it flounce outwards and move gently when walking or dancing.</div>
<div>ЦИПЕЛЕ CIPELE The Pannonian opanak was replaced by shoes in the women's costume very late in the 19th century. This was a reflection not only of the Austro-Hungarian cultural dominance, but also of the relative affluence of the region and its inhabitants.</div>
<div>ОПАНАК КАПИЧАР </div><div>OPANAK KAPIČAR </div><div>The name means "opanak with a lid", from the prominent flap (the shoe tongue) that protrudes overtop of the black leather shoe.</div>
<div>ШУБАРА ŠUBARA </div><div>The fleece hat of other Serbian regions is worn in this zone, alongside brimmed hats (šeširi).</div>
<div>ЈЕЛЕК, ПРСЛУК JELEK, PRSLUK The men wear vests of either: wool cloth with braid decoration, wool cloth with gold decoration, or leather with leather and felt applique, as is shown here.</div>
СИЛАВ SILAV A wide leather belt with hammered metal decorations. Young men would carry small items tucked into a pocket that these belts had.
<div>ЧАКШИРЕ ЕРДЕЛИЈЕ</div><div>ČAKŠIRE ERDELIJE The festive pants were white or dark wool cloth with braid and felt decoration on the front and at the ankle slits. They were also known as erdelije, meaning from Erdelj, Carpathian Banat. Summer costume, for work or every day, were often just wide white linen pants.</div>
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<div>КОШУЉА, РУБАЧА, РУБИНА</div><div>KOŠULJA, RUBAČA, RUBINA</div><div>Pristine white linen shirts - plain for every day, ornately embroidered with gold, silver or silk threads for festive wear.</div>