This consists of the City of Locarno and the northern part of Lago Maggiore. The costume here is again reminiscent of that of lowland Lombardy.
This is one of the major valleys of northwestern Ticino. There are a couple different costumes in use. The following images are not defined further, making me assume that they are from the main course of this valley.
This costume has some similarity to that of Val Maggia, having a long gown with no real waist. This is often put forth as the typical costume of Ticino.
This region lies in the north of the canton. The valley is fairly wide and has some large towns, which add an urban feel to some of the costumes.
This concludes the Canton of Ticino, but I will continue and also cover the Italian speaking valleys of the Canton of Grigio, or Graubunden.
This valley lies just upriver from Bellinzone, and while it belongs to Graubunden, it forms part of the same physical area as Ticino.
Val Bregaglia used to be Romansch speaking, but today is mostly Italian speaking. I have been able to find very little on the costume. This image looks very Romansch.