drawing of chiton which consist of two wide pieces of cloth were sewn together almost to the top, leaving just enough room for armholes. The woman pulled this garment over her head and used several pins or buttons to fasten it at intervals over her shoulders and arms, forming a dress with sleeves which could be belted under the breasts, at the waist, or at the hips. The length of the sleeves was determined by the width of the cloth.
A no-sew costume using everyday items like a pillowcase, cereal box, and flip flops to create a majestic, costume fit for Roman royalty. No sheet-wrapping involved, which means there’s no need to worry about the toga falling off during trick or treating.