This item was already stitched in the USA and is ready to ship.
The Roman tunic was adopted by the Roman citizens in the 3rd century BC. It was often worn by citizens and non-citizens alike. The length of the garment would indicate the wearer's status in Roman society. Soldiers, slaves and manual workers generally had tunics to a little above the knee while those in more sedentary occupations to about the ankle. Tunic's were often adorned with stripes, trims, and details that expressed the wearers station.
In Stock Roman Tunic:
- This outfit is made in lighter weight polycotton.
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.