1. Costume from the province of Cáceres.
It is the most representative and known costume in the North of Extremadura. Is it known as "picao", because of the embroideries placed in women's skirts, who wear too the typical one-hundred-colours-handkerchiefs and the typical necklaces. Men dress shorts with tights, waistbands and a sleeveless vest decorated with charros buttons.
2. Trujillo or Summer Costume.
It is a variant of the Costume from the province of Cáceres, emphasizing the use of the black velvet vest for women and the red waistband for men.
3. Dress uniform Verato.
It is the last incorporation to our clothing, emphasizing the green colour and off-white in the skirts which match with a Manila shawl. The shirt, the traditional sleeves and the apron are black-coloured. Men uses a green waistband and tassels of the same colour.
4. Dress uniform Cabezabellosa.
It is one of the highlights of the province of Caceres, greatly highlighting the woman, which do not wear saya and the rest of the province of Caceres, but manteo or petticoat layer. also emphasize the dengue or tippet worn over the shoulders. In relation to man, say that Jateros have made an adaptation.
5. Chore or mowing costume.
It is the one used for working in the countryside; mainly for doing threshing or mowing. Men dress long trousers, white skirt, herb handkerchief, blue waistband and black esparto-soled-sandals. Women dress long blue skirts, shirts, aprons, handkerchiefs and straw hats on their head and white esparto-soled-sandals
6. Traditionalist Costume.
Women wear a costume based on the pictures of our local painter: Eugenio Hermono, where the colourfull handkerchiefs stand out, and men wear the typical clothing of "tierrablanqueros" (people who collected lime from the land).
7. Traditional Countryside Party Costume.
In men we should focus on the zahones (typical leather clothing for riding horses); and in women, we should focus on a shawl waist-fixed and a shirt with white laces.
8. Countryside Costume.
It is a model where we should focus in the women's shawl and in the men's blue waistand.
9. Watermelon Costume.
It is a very colourful one; men having a grey doublet. Women dress a very colourful shawl.
10. Fregenal de la Sierra costume.
A new costume for the group is one of the two costumes which were at the beginnings of the group, doing one of them in this momento, and the other one being only a future idea. Both costumes have been illustrated with respect to similar models used in Eugenio Hermoso paintings, focusing the colourful and the flowers.
So, there are two models; one of them with long skirts for women with white aprons, beige shirts, white shoes and flowers. In the other hand, we have the costume made at the beginning: colorful shirts, long white skirts and black aprons.
For men we have also two new models: one of them is with corduroy trousers and white shirts, leather spats, a colorful waistband, a beret and a little blanket hangs from the right shoulder. In the same manner, we focus too the other model, simpler than that one; composed by a white shirt, black trousers, different colors waistbands and black shoes.
11. "Danzaor" Costume.
It is a costume only used for dancing to the Virgen de la Salud. It is unknown when it was born, although it is know it is a very ancient one. This dance is only performaced by men. They dance with a rigid white skirt and a flowers hat.
12. Jatero Costume is the typical clothing of our group
We always finish our performances dressing it. It is an adaptation of a regional costume from the province of Badajoz. A white handkerchief highlights, because it is used to dance the Fandango de la Virgen los Remedios, Patron Saint of Fregenal.