The one major public role reserved solely for women was in the sphere of religion: the priestly office of the Vestals. Freed of any obligation to marry or have children, the Vestals devoted themselves to the study and correct observance of rituals which were deemed necessary for the security and survival of Rome but which could not be performed by the male colleges of priests.
White,one shoulder gown trimmed in gold.
The drape is gold lame' backed with a white poly knit. A gold rope belt finishes the look.
Color as shown.
Adult: One size (8-12)