New from Fantasia!
Some of you may have noticed the easels up front in the store, depicting ancient Roman plebian clothing. Inspired by a new trend of this type, I've created four new costumes for the plebian women, since most creators seem to be focusing on the patricians or lupas (lupas were prostitutes, and only they wore togas, ps). I'll probably make some patrician dresses as well, but for now...the Plebs!
"Alecto" is a draped top (stolla) over the tan, linen tunica. Golden pins hold the shoulder drapes together while a simple rope gathers at the waist. Available in 6 colors, and a RFL exclusive.
"Eirene" is a touch more dressy for a plebian woman, a simple shift dress of creped linen with a pleated leather underbust tie. Though simple, the fabric and line of the dress indicates it is slightly more formal, perhaps appropriate for worship or a party. Available in 6 colors and a RFL exclusive.
"Niobe" is a very simple roughspun poncho over a linen shift dress, accented with woven ribbon edges and tassels. Available in 6 colors and a RFL exclusive.
"Nona" is another example of the two-layered dress style of the time, with a stolla worn over the tunica. Unlike "Alecto" however, this has longer sleeves with open shoulders, tied with rope, and a waist sash. Available in 6 colors and a RFL exclusive.
Well, those are the Plebs! Stay tuned for the Patricians, though I'm not sure how long they'll take to finish. I have a move coming up irl!