elements of ancient costume 
Examples of different articles of clothing characteristic of a period, country, condition or occasion.
Very long length of woolen fabric that Romans wrapped around themselves, draping it over the left shoulder and arm and leaving the right arm free.
In ancient Rome, the purple border was worn by magistrates and by boys until the age of 16.
Part of the toga that draped down over the left shoulder and went under the right arm, creating carefully arranged folds.
In ancient times, a rectangle of woolen fabric wrapped around the torso and pinned at the shoulders, worn by Greek women.
Part of the cloth folded over the belt to make it puff out.
In ancient times, a pin or metal fastener used to secure clothing.