Beautiful geometric embroidery, often executed in nyz, or darning stitch. Usually in black, or with black and red stripes, a row of embroidery at the bottom of the shoulder inset, another, at the top of the sleeves, and rows of embroidery down the front. This costume is found in a wide swath across southern Khmel'ytsyj and Vinnytsia Provinces.
The floral embroidery, unlike that found in most other places in Ukraine, often did not have borders. This outfit was worn with a skirt having tucks in the center, often a contrasting band at the hem, and a sash.
Many times the outfit is shown without an apron.
Here is an example of a sorochka from Strutynka village, not far from Vinnytsia itself. Note that this does not have cuffs, rather the ends of the sleeves are smocked, and embroidery is done over the pleats. Also the upper part of the sleeves are attached to the body by a colorful joining stitch. Both of these details are often found in south Podillia.
This sorochka is from the village of Chovnovytsia, Oratiw district, in eastern Vinnytsia Oblast. Notice there is no embroidery on the fold over collar, front, or hem.
Here are a couple of outfits from Derhanivka village, Ruzhyn district, Zhytomyr Oblast. This is just over the border.
I will close with a series of photos taken at an exhibition of Podillian Folk Art. I think that it is clear that they belong in this same general costume group.