- Tunic w/ Drape
- Wrist Cuffs
- 100% polyester interlock knit fabric
- Cream colored tunic has toga drape in front
- Drape is edged w/ black and metallic gold-leaf brocade ribbon
- Sleeves are edged w/ strips of black polyurethane faux leather
- Adjustable brocade ribbon belt fastens with a Hook and Loop fastener tab
- Polyurethane faux leather cuffs fasten with Hook and Loop fastener strips
- Toga! Toga! Toga!
Ahh, Ancient Greece—the cradle of Democracy. You’re a bit of a history nerd, you’ll admit it, and we don’t blame you. Ancient Greece gave us many amazing things: cartography, geometry, medicine, philosophy, the list goes on! Of course, when you’re as enamored with Ancient Greek culture as you are, you can occasionally be taken off-guard. Like when you saw the poster on campus for a “Greek Party”. You showed up in your finest toga, and were somewhat surprised to see that most people’s were made from sheets and towels. Oh well, nothing wrong with a little D.I.Y. There was also more beer than you expected, as you’d thought the Greeks were more into wine. It wasn’t until someone called the Pledge Master started telling you to do some rather embarrassing things that you realized that you might be at the wrong party. But who hasn’t made that mistake before?
Wherever you end up this Halloween, our Deluxe Men’s Toga Costume will have you looking fit for the Acropolis! This soft cream-colored tunic has an elaborately edged toga drape across the front and sleeves edged with faux leather for an authentic look. The included ribbon belt is adjustable and fastens with a Hook and Loop fastener strip. Completing this stately greek attire is a pair of faux leather wrist cuffs—stylish whether you’re a senator or a stableboy. A costume fit for the ancients!
Whether your Halloween festivities take you to a book club to discuss Plato or a frenetic frat party to emulate Dionysus, our Deluxe Men’s Toga Costume is the best way to celebrate the Ancient Greeks! This stylish toga would also look good at a Roman-themed gathering or perhaps even a renaissance fair depending upon how much of a stickler you are for historical accuracy. What’s Ancient Greek for “cheers”?
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