How to Dress Like a Greek Godess in Everyday Life
Have you looked up Ancient Greek fashion and got inspired? Are you learning about Greece in school and got into it? Did you take a quiz to see which goddess you are? Anyway, learn how to dress like an ancient Greek girl in everyday life.This article is not meant for costumes.
Look at websites. Become inspired. Do you want to look like a peasant, or royalty?
Wear lots and lots of whites. Try intense, bright whites.They make you look clean and sharp. Never let your whites fade.
Wear gold. Gold,gold,gold. Real or faux, wear lots of it. The color, and/or the jewellery.
Try wearing bangles.
Look at the image for hair samples. You could always do what I do and curl your hair, put them in front of your shoulders, and make two two centimeter width braids on the side of your head and pull them back in a bobby pin or clip. If you are running late, take a gold braided headband, not the ones to push your hair back, and put it across your forehead. If you have time, it looks beautiful if you do with a curling iron.
You can have a flow-ey, peasant look. Constantly wear plain white dresses, and if you would like to go casual, Plain white tees.
Learn how to make a toga. You can make a Himation, Peplos, or Chiton.
Patterns. Some common patterns of fifth century Greece were waves, checks, flowers, and Stripes for a Peplos
Other Colours. Deep purples are good if you are aiming for a royal, goddess, or wealthy look. You can also do Viridian, violet, or gray.
- For a nice touch get some metallic colored gladiator sandals to wear daily.
Things You'll Need
- White T-shirt
- White dress
- White skirt
- Purple long sleeves shirt, skirt, or dress
- Gold braided headband, not the hard kind, the hippie kind
- Gold ribbon or belt
- Gold, fake or real jewelry