What is a Toga virilise?

The toga virilis was the standard unadorned toga that a Roman man wore when he officially became an adult. There were several types of toga, each used for different purposes and each connoting a different status. Some of the other togas were: the toga candida, made dazzling white with chalk and was word by candidates for political office, toga pulla, the toga worn for mourning or times of danger, the toga picta, the purple toga embroidered with gold worn by triumphing generals and the toga praetexta, which was worn by young boys and several magistrates and dictators.