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Monastic robes really are intended for monastics though. That is why they can't dress however they want too, there is a big reason. I saw your other posts as well, and it seems you have a strong desire to be a monk, without actually taking any of the vows or doing the things monks do. I'm not trying to call you out, but point out to you that you don't need to be a monk (or pretend to be for that matter) in order to practice Buddhism and become enlightened. Dressing like something will not make you that thing. You said in your other (now locked) thread that you want to become a monk, but definitely want to have a girlfriend (and that you need one to reach enlightenment), and you're not sure whether you want to practice Buddhism or Hinduism. Being a monk means you are celibate. But you don't need to be a monk to reach enlightenment.
So start with what you know you want. Go ahead and get a girlfriend if you'd like. Then, start exploring what tradition speaks to you. Maybe read some books about Buddhism and Hinduism and see what you can learn. And if at some point in the future you decide you no longer want a girlfriend and want to actually be a monk, you can go do that too.