How to create a sexy toga

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How to create a sexy toga
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The next time you're invited to a toga party "Animal House"-style, spice up your Greek garb. While some toga-making tips can leave your mind spinning, check out this easy how-to article on how to make a sexy toga. Leave those floor-length sheet togas at home and show some leg!

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    The sexy toga is short and feminine. Pick up some cheap white sheets or go glam with a white silk fabric. Spray a white sheet or white silk fabric with gold non-toxic glitter spray paint. Or, to amp up your toga, choose a unique fabric colour like gold or silver to create your look.

  2. 2

    Measure the length from your bust to where you want the toga to stop. For example, measure from your bust to mid-thigh. Then, mark that length with a pen on your sheet or fabric.

  3. 3

    Cut the sheet at that point. Make sure to cut enough fabric so that you can wrap the sheet around you.

  4. 4

    Once you cut the fabric, wrap the sheet around you. Tuck the end of the sheet on the side of your body. Then, cut a V-neck into the sheet to reveal cleavage. Add double-stick tape to the inside of the fabric of the V-neck to avoid revealing too much skin.

  5. 5

    Enhance your look with a Grecian-style wig, such as blond curls, and a crown of gold leaves.

Tips and warnings

  • If you're having trouble creating a sexy toga or don't have the time to make it yourself, purchase one at an online costume store or at a local costume shop. These are popular items and usually easy to find.
  • Remember to wear white or flesh-toned undergarments, especially if you are wearing a light-coloured toga.

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