As described by Nicolae C. Teleajen in his monography of the commune, the traditional clothing of the commune has been influenced not only by the Romanian refugees that came from Transylvania due to the historical battles, but also from the ancient Dacians.
Traditional clothing for a woman consist of a skirt called hondroc, an apron called fota, an alternative garment called lebărica, a blouse called ie, and a foulard called maramele. The hondroc is made out of fabric, while the lebărica it can be made out of different materials like silk or velvet. The fota, a rectangular piece of clothe made out of wool, holds the skirt and it has different patterns as design as well as ornaments. Ie is made out of white cotton with large designs in some areas. The maramele is made out of a long piece of fabric, with fine stripes and fringes at the ends that is wear to cover the head.
They wear a vest called ilic, a hat called căciula, a peasant trousers, a long sleeve shirt and a belt called chimir. The ilic is made out of woven fabric with ornaments. The căciula, a long hat, is usually black and bended a bit to the right. The trousers have around the ankle area a piece of thick white wool, adorned with silk laces. The shirt is made out of white cotton and can have ornaments on it. The chimir is belt where the men can keep their belongings. (Reference: Costea, N. (2003), Monografia Comunei Izvoarele, București: Ed. Giuleștino)