Keep in mind that these represent the simplest versions of these garments, and although ancient Greek clothing generally consisted of rectangular pieces of cloth and did not resort to (permanent) stitching, more elaborate versions eventually did develop with additional clasps or stitches creating more permanent closures of the open sides and something like real (as opposed to merely apparent) sleeves.
The long tunic (worn by charioteers, elite or mature males, and women)
The short tunic (worn by young or mature men, some sporty women; children wore it without a belt)
The exomis version of the short tunic (worn by working or fighting men)
The long cloak worn by men and women alike, an ancestor of the larger Roman toga (if you are using a standard sheet to improvise a toga for a costume party, you are actually wearing a Greek himation!)
The short cloak, a favorite for military, hunting, or traveling men
Hope this is helpful for anyone kitbashing ancient or fantasy characters.
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