how to tie a toga... this could have come in useful a few times last year!

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Every girl invited to a toga party knows the feeling. The party starts in an hour and you’re holding a white sheet wondering how the hell you’re going to make this work. There are even a few tips for guys...

Every girl invited to a toga party knows the feeling. The party starts in an hour and you’re holding a white sheet wondering how the hell you’re going to make this work.

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Last-Minute Halloween Costume: Roman Toga

A no-sew costume using everyday items like a pillowcase, cereal box, and flip flops to create a majestic, costume fit for Roman royalty. No sheet-wrapping involved, which means there’s no need to worry about the toga falling off during trick or treating.

To create: Use a gold leafing pen to cover the entire feather. Repeat until you have enough feathers to cover the surface of your headband. Using a glue gun carefully adhere the feathers to your headband. Allow a few minutes for the glue to dry, and voilayoure fit for a fairytale!     Get down with DIY and a dope playlist CLICK HERE for the P.S.- I made thisPlaylist Curated by The Jane Doze

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To create: Use a gold leafing pen to cover the entire feather. Repeat until you have enough feathers to cover the surface of your headband. Using a glue gun carefully adhere the feathers to your headband. Allow a few minutes for the glue to dry.

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