Roman clothing styles, especially elite men's and women's ceremonial styles were remarkably stable. How one dressed and how well one wore the traditional toga (men) or stola and palla (women) said much about your social status and maturity. A male citizens put on his first toga (became "togatus") at puberty in a special ceremony, and a woman would adopt matronly garb when first married.
Peplos garment worn by Greek women made out of two rectangular pieces of cloth that were sewn together on both sides. This garment could be pulled over, the head and then it fastened over. The shoulders with two large pins that creates sleeves to, the dress and then a belt is also tied around the garment.
Roman Outfit 1st cent, Ancient Rome - Roman clothing - Roman Outfit 1st cent, Full Roman outfit (0 -100 d.c), square Tunica cum clavi (stripes), band ventralis (waistband), braccae (trousers) just-under-the-knee length,