The mens’ costume from the village of Karoti in Thrace is characterized by black wool baggy pants (the vraka), a black knit belt (the zoni), a white cotton shirt embroidered at the neck and collar, a black wool jacket (the yileko) embroidered on the sleeves, pockets, and neckline, and a blue headpiece.
Pinned on the mandili to the right side of the head is a diamond- shaped piece that is made of heavy wool felt on which a geometric design has been beaded.
Women's Costume from the Village of Karoti
The women’s Karoti costume is comprised of a white skirt or fousta which is embroidered at the hem and a red blouse embroidered on the sleeves. The black tsoukna is worn over this as well as the loomed podia (apron) and the bronze belt buckle adorned with colorful jewels.
On their heads the women of Karoti wear a black scarf with ribbons, a yellow flowered scarf, and a white triangular headpiece trimmed with yarn of many colors.
On their feet they wear white knitted socks and red felt shoes (terlikia) adorned with colored sequins, beads, cord, and yarn.
Men's Costume from the Village of Ellinohori
The mens’ costume from the village of Ellinohori consists of the black wool baggy pants (the vraka), a black knit belt (the zoni), a white cotton shirt embroidered at the neck and sleeves, a black wool vest on which the two-headed eagle is embroidered in gold on the back, and a blue headpiece.
The beaded wool pin is also worn, like the costume from Karoti.
Women's Costume from the Village of Metaxades
The women of Metaxades wear a white dress (foustani) under their black tsoukna which is embroidered with many colors at the chest. They also wear the bronze belt buckle, brown knitted socks, podia, and terlikia.
Their headpieces consist of a red scarf and a flowered scarf. They wear a beaded neckband in the colors and geometric patterns typical of Thrace.