The style of roman clothing was influenced by the Ancient Greeks and evolved over time to incorporate styles and costume across the roman empire.
Clothes were commonly made from wool and occasionally lines like silk and cotton were imported. Silk was very expensive and could only be afforded by the rich. The wool was spun into cloth by women in the family.
Both male and female Romans would where a simple loincloth called subiculum under there clothes. This was kept in place by knots at either side of the body which would act as a bra.
Roman underwear was usually made of basic linen but some women would use silk if or they could afford it.
CLOTHES WORN BY ROMAN CHILDREN
Most roman children wear a simple tunic which was belted at the waist. Boys wore a tunic down to there knees and a cloak if it was cold. Rich boys would also wear a toga with a purple border. Girls would wear a tunic with a woollen belt that was tied around their waists.