The Corinthian order is similar in design to the Ionic. The capital is the most distinct difference. The accompanying image does a good job of displaying the very decorative components that set the Corinthian order apart.
Roman woman wearing a Stola and Palla. A stola was reserved for free, married women. Like the toga it was a garment that denoted status. The palla is a draped shawl that was placed over the outer tunic.