This item was already stitched in the USA and is ready to ship.
The stola was the staple garment of the married woman in ancient Rome.It was a long gown, generally sleeveless, that hung nearly to the feet. The stola was generally worn over a light undershirt.
As well as being a functional piece of clothing, the stola served an important social function. The stola was a sign that the woman wearing it was married. Single women or divorced women were forbidden from wearing the stola. The stola was typically worn with two belts: one fastened just below the breasts, creating blousy folds, and another wider belt fastened around the waist.
Our stola is a modern version of this garment.
3/4 length sleeve
Two buttons sewn on sleeves.
This garment is pinned at shoulder - TWO PINS INCLUDED .
This outfit is made in cotton gauze.
This garment can be machine washed and dried on low. Like all Garb the World garments, we stitch them to be worn and washed like 'regular' clothing.
Made in the USA by stitchers earning a fair wage.
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