We proudly wear period costumes from the Allgäu Region and the city of Fischen in southwestern Bavaria. Only three clubs in the Gauverband Nordamerika represent the Allgäu region, the Texanischer Schuhplattler Verein, the Schuhplattler Verein Heidengold from Rochester, New York and the d'Heimatsgruppe Schuhplattler u. Trachten Verein from New Jersey.
A gray skirt with 3 rows of gathering at the waist and one row of black velvet ribbon 15-16 cm above the bottom hem
A white trachten blouse
A black velvet Mieder and silver Mieder chain
A green apron
A single red carnation with green fern
Black allgäuer trachten shoes worn with white hose
Hair is always worn up and off the neck
Simple jewelry and light makeup, if any, is worn.
Black lederhosen with green embroidery
trachten shirt, the sleeves are rolled up and no tie is worn
(Lederhosen, auf Englisch: leather pants)
Hosenträger, distinctive to the area are the green suspenders with large white edelweiss
Allgäuer hat with Gamsbart (the large brush-like ornament worn on the left side of hat)
Knee socks, gray with three green stripes
Trachten black Allgäuer trachten shoes
For fest occasions, a single red carnation in hat to match the carnation that the women wear in their Meiders. The Fischenger trachten jacket may also be work.