What size sheet is a toga?
It is recommended to use a twin sheet, though a full sheet can work (especially if you are taller). Fold the sheet lengthwise until it is the desired length of the final dress. For a short toga, fold the sheet in half. For a longer toga, fold down only the top 6” to 1′.
Do togas have to be white?
You can also use any color, though most traditional Roman togas were white. If you’re feeling fancy, try purple (Roman senators often had purple strips in their togas, denoting status). Black togas were worn occasionally for mourning purposes, so unless you’re feeling particularly dower, avoid dark colored sheets.
How much fabric is needed for a toga?
Get the right length. A true toga requires about 4 to 5 yards (4 to 5 m) of fabric, depending on your height and build. If you’re a bit larger, you may want to spring for 6 yards (5.5 m), just in case. At the fabric store, you can specify how much fabric you want.
What is the point of a toga party?
Toga Parties have become a fun ritual in modern society as a way for people to dress up, expose skin, and drink because, well, that’s what you do at a Toga Party!
How do you turn a Tshirt into a toga?
A toga can be made using an oversize t- shirt if you cut a diagonal from one size of the crewneck to the bottom of the opposing side sleeve hole. Also cut off the other sleeve entirely from top to bottom.
How do you wrap a toga?
Wrap the sheet all the way around your back, under one arm and across your chest. Toss the end over your shoulder. After you wrap the long end of the sheet around your body several times, toss the final end over the shoulder you started with. Adjust your toga if you need to.