Ancient Romans wore tunics, togas and sandals. They didn't wear undergarments like socks, T-shirts, etc. The only undergarment that they wore, was a tunic, which both men and women wore. Earlier men wore only a loincloth under the toga. The toga was the only garment of ancient Romans. The boys wore a cape called "toga praetexta" until 16-years of age. After age 16, they wore the men's white toga (toga pura or toga virilis). In the age of the Empire, togas were not worn any more, except during a festival or in the senate. On the tunic they wore a lightweight cape of the Greek type (pallium). The tunic became an outer garment, which they wore on the top of the other "undertunic" (camisia). The women wore the long tunic also, and on the top of it waistline tight clothes, "stola". When they went out, they put on folded cloaks "palla".Romans did not wear hats, but sometimes women had sunshades or fans.