All Roman men wore a tunic dress as the lowest with belts. The rich had a tunic made of expensive materials.
And over it they wore a splendid toga, which could be up to 9 feet long. These were only men
who had Roman citizenship .
But usually only the men of the upper class wore the toga and only for special occasions or public events because it was very expensive , and you needed many hours to put it on.
The togas of the Knights had a narrow , those of the senators a broad purple border.
The women wore a strophium on the chest , above this a sleeveless tunic . A respectable woman wore a shawl and a Palla , who served
as head and body covering. A woman who wore a toga automatically
was seen as prostitute.