Outside the church, the pieces used in the ritual were substituted for others: the basquine, the headscarf in ramoseda and the mantilla were replaced with the adornments for the celebrations. The blue petticoat becomes visible again and the black doublet with the ribbons on the back is placed over the corset. The ribbons of the black basquine are unravelled and they are placed on the blue. On the head, the ribbons used for the bun and the crape. The ensemble is completed with the rest of the jewellery and on the bust, a bouquet of artificial flowers gives the outfit its name.
The majority of the garments were donated by D. Mateo Silvela, 1941; and given in dation by Caja Duero (Caja de Ahorros de Salamanca y Soria), 2001
Inventory: MT-08305-06, MT-08309, MT-8327, MT-08445, MT-64451, MT-64454-55, MT64571-73, MT18617 y MT-005477