Alice Bazalová

Alice Bazalová

Alice Bazalová
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SubZero Rogue Cowl Dark Grey von Crisiswear auf Etsy

SubZero Rogue Cowl Dark Grey von Crisiswear auf Etsy

"The women of ancient Rome wore a long tunic called a stola....The over-garment was often sleeveless, so a heavy woolen cloak would be worn over it in cold weather. The tunic was made mainly of wool, or silk if the wearer was able to afford it. Tunics were dyed in different colors, which were usually bright because Romans loved vibrant varieties of colors."  https://www2.bc.edu/~mcglynka/honors4.html

"The women of ancient Rome wore a long tunic called a stola....The over-garment was often sleeveless, so a heavy woolen cloak would be worn over it in cold weather. The tunic was made mainly of wool, or silk if the wearer was able to afford it. Tunics were dyed in different colors, which were usually bright because Romans loved vibrant varieties of colors." https://www2.bc.edu/~mcglynka/honors4.html

Maureen and delhpia 2

Maureen and delhpia 2

300 - Greek peplos (full-body) - 300 - Greek woman

300 - Greek peplos (full-body) - 300 - Greek woman

Chiton - a popular Roman dress, The Romans had a style very similar to the Greeks. Purple was a color that indicated wealth.

Chiton - a popular Roman dress, The Romans had a style very similar to the Greeks. Purple was a color that indicated wealth.

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Ladies Madder Red Linen Stolla

Ladies Madder Red Linen Stolla

A high class Roman gown, made of finer fabric such as linen

A high class Roman gown, made of finer fabric such as linen

Ancient roman hairstyles of woman and men. | Costume History

Ancient roman hairstyles of woman and men. | Costume History

Roman Women typically wore stola. They were usually featured more color than their Male counterparts (toga), though the material still identified the social standing of the wearer.

Roman Women typically wore stola. They were usually featured more color than their Male counterparts (toga), though the material still identified the social standing of the wearer.