Roman fashion

Most Romans wore linen and wool. Many Romans made it themselves: they spun wool and twisted flax, weaved on a loom. Mostly the Romans wore simple tunics. Roman citizens had the right to wear a toga – a loose robe that was worn over a tunic. The togas were almost always white, but could have a colored border, indicating the status of the owner. Only a Roman emperor could wear a purple toga. Romans wore loose dresses over their tunics. They were usually white in color, but were often decorated with designs or embroidery.

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