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Toga Costume for Boys
A Roman Citizen
Togas are an interesting flashpoint of fashion history. Originally worn by Etruscans (the people that were in Italy before the Romans), they were adapted into high-level fashion for prominent Roman men in the early days of the Republic and Empire. And while your kiddo may enjoy the freedom of movement given by togas, back in the day, togas were heavy and super restrictive. In fact, they fell out of fashion eventually, simply because they were just too irritating to wear. Still, if your little guy wants to attend a match in the Colosseum, togas are required, so make sure to pick up this Boys Toga so the Emperor himself won’t be insulted by your kid's unkempt presence!
Not that your boy is messy all the time—it’s just that togas are a sign of citizen status. So naturally, we designed this look for him to appear his best!
This toga isn’t nearly as cumbersome and difficult to wear as a real toga, which is a fortunate thing. Made of slightly lighter material, and only a few layers, this well-folded fabric will drape comfortably on your little dude. In addition to the white fabric garment is a sash sewn into the shoulder with a gold ring accent, as well as a gold rope belt to tie around the waist in a customized way. This outfit is perfect for attending formal occasions or making grand speeches in the communal forums!
A Grand Appearance
In this outfit, your kiddo will fit in perfectly with the highest levels of Roman culture and fashion. Now all he needs are some lace-up sandals and a few well thought out talking points about the annexation of Gall or tax rates on the merchant wares. Trust us, it’s what all the Roman people are talking about these days.
- Boy's Toga
- 100% polyester costume
- Sash sewn to shoulder and has gold ring accent
- Gold rope for belt
- *Sandals in picture not included
|Medium||Child Size||8 - 10||8 - 10|
|Large||Child Size||12 - 14||12 - 14|