Step one: choose your clothing Roman men wore a variety if tunics, the most common one being the Toga Virillis. Women wore tunicas and chiffons, with belts and basic sandals. Boys wore togas that reached the knees and had purple stripes at the bottom. Girls wore simple tunics that belted at the waist and reached the knees.
Step two: get on your garments Tunics can be put on similarly to togas. Fold the cloth in half and wrap it around you 1 ½ times. Throw the remaining fabric over your left shoulder. Tuck in the hanging cloth or pin it with a brooch.
Step three: Accessorize Men, only wear one ring, that’s the proper way. If you feel like standing up against society’s rules, you may choose to bling it up with several rings.
Step three: Accessorize Women wore more jewelry If you were lower-class, you would wear simple brooches and earrings. Upper class women would wear jewel-encrusted jewelry, like bracelets, earrings, necklaces, etc.
Step Four: select your shoes If you were a common man, you would wear the solea, which was a sandal. Women and children also wore these sandals. Boots were worn in cold weather only. Except for hunters and horsemen.
Step five: style your style Boys wore short hair also while girls wore buns at the nape of the neck, or on top of the head. Men wore short hair and were clean shaven. Women wore carefully piled fake curls or ringlets.
Step six: fix your face Roman women wore Eyeliner Eye shadow Foundation Rouge on lips and cheeks Beauty products were all natural. Men and children did not wear makeup.
Step seven: Seasonal attire Romans wore cloaks to keep out the cold, along with: Boots Socks Multiple Tunics Hats Scarves Leg Wrappings
Step eight: dress for success When outside of the home, women must wear shawls, which covered their arms. Young girls had to wear a second tunic that reached the ground over the original tunic.