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30 idées de déguisements de filles pour Halloween

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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.

"This garment is an experimental chiton.  It's a very loose weave linen, with teensy gray stripes.  I stripped off the weft and tied the warp at the shoulders in knots as I've seen in illustrations.  Total extension of weaver-logic:  you've got to do something with the warp at the finish of the weaving anyway, this is quick, permanent, looks like the picture, and makes a garment."

"This garment is an experimental chiton. It's a very loose weave linen, with teensy gray stripes. I stripped off the weft and tied the warp at the shoulders in knots as I've seen in illustrations. Total extension of weaver-logic: you've got to do something with the warp at the finish of the weaving anyway, this is quick, permanent, looks like the picture, and makes a garment."

Excellent photos and directions on this blog post. Let's think about creating a short version of the shape shown here for layering over the top of, say, the laundresses' costumes.

Excellent photos and directions on this blog post. Let's think about creating a short version of the shape shown here for layering over the top of, say, the laundresses' costumes.

Ionic Chiton - This is a column of fabric with pins (think fancy safety pin) at shoulders and a rope belt at waist.

Ionic Chiton - This is a column of fabric with pins (think fancy safety pin) at shoulders and a rope belt at waist.

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Ancient Greece

An example of wearing the palla as a "coat" http://grupobonadea.blogspot.com.es/2012/01/pequena-guia-de-la-matrona-romana-en-el.html

An example of wearing the palla as a "coat" http://grupobonadea.blogspot.com.es/2012/01/pequena-guia-de-la-matrona-romana-en-el.html

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