Women wore a tunic that was ankle length and normally made of wool. This was classed as an undergarment.
Over this was worn a cloak. This was long sleeved, full length to the ankle and often had a flounce sewn at the bottom of it.
The cloak was wrapped around the body and fastened with a clasp (Fibula) at the shoulder.
For outdoor wear a shawl was worn and this sometimes had a hood.
The material used would depict status, and wealthier Roman;s clothes were made from linen, cotton and silk.
Women were not restricted to certain colours and would dye the cloth in many bright colours and embroider their clothing.