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Latin Fashion

Etruscans 7th Century BC, men wore tunic and a draped garment called the tebenna. Liked bright colors and jewelery Wore pointed toe shoes and sandals and wore tutullus
Tebenna ultimate ancestor of the toga (draped garment)
Tutulus Conical shaped hat
Greeks Peplum, himation, chiton
subligaculum Undergarment, linen or wool loin cloth or kilt knotted around the waist
Subucula Tunica interior
Tunica Exterior Short sleeves, or without long sleeves effeminate Worn with belt to adjust length Slaves, workers, and soldiers wear shorter, aristocracy where longer Worn indoors and on casual occasions Normal wear for all classes
Exomis Tunic worn by working men, fastened over 1 shoulder, (usually the left)- allowing for greater freedom of motion.
Lati-clavus Tunic with broad purple stripe vertically at shoulders for senators
Angusti-clavus narrow purple stripe vertically at shoulders for equestrians
Tunica palmata Elaborately decorated, purple cloth with gold thread decorated with palm tree designs for victorious generals or emperors and consuls
Synthesis colored tunic with a harmonizing himation or pallium worn to informal dinner parties
Synthesis colored tunic with a harmonizing himation or pallium worn to informal dinner parties
Toga Worn originally by men and women, but lost favor with women early and later became wear of prostitutes Required wear for formal occasions and magistrates Cumbersome, bulky, difficult to put on and keep on
Sinus fold in toga around front area used as a pocket
Toga virillis (pura) standard form of toga made of wool, left in natural color
toga praetexta purple border on straight edge, worn by boys until 15 or 16 and by government officials
Toga candida bleached white with chalk and worn by those seeking office
Toga pulla black or dark colored for mourning
toga picta purple cloth, decorated with gold, went over tunica palmata
toga trabea stripes of red and with purple border worn by certain priests
Toga fall Official Roman garment, but fell out of favor because of its expense, difficulty to keep clean, and its bulk and difficulty in draping Later used only as a ceremonial garment or by conservatives
Lacrena Coat, light woolen with fitted hood, worn over toga
Paenula Bad weather wear-for lower classes worn over the tunic-for all classes as a traveling cloak-might be fitted with a hood (cucullus)
Palllium Roman version of Greek himation
Sagum Military style cloak that became adopted by civilians
strophium (zona) Soft leather or linen band used to squeeze in or support a large bosom-therefore not used by all- could be worn over the tunica interior or below it
Capitium stiff corset type garment used for the matronly figure
Stola Standard outer clothing for Roman matron
Tunica Exterior Used by unmarried women instead of Stola
Supparum Early shawl-like garment of linen
Palla Large rectangular wrap of wool, draped according to taste and fashion, this along with the stola was the usual dress for Roman women
Focale woolen scarf
Created by: BobTheLawyer