Conventual Tunic TU007
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Conventual Tunic TU007. Made in microfiber (twill), light and fresh fabric with excellent trim. Details: very plentiful structure in relation to the fabric
Tunic, also known as Alb, is a garment made, usually, in light fabrics, and can be smooth, with lace or embroidery on the sleeves and the hem. Collars can be of different models. Its origin is in the Roman “Talaris tunic”. Since the century X the edges of the sleeves and the bottom were ornamented with lace. So you can see the celebrant's cassock color (black, violet, red or white). Today, clerics can choose with or without lace. Tunics are worn under the chasuble, but can also be worn with the stole to celebrate sacraments and sacramentals.
DETAILS OF THE PRODUCT
Conventual Tunic TU007. Made in microfiber (twill), light and fresh fabric with excellent trim. Details: very plentiful structure in relation to the fabric, large raglan sleeves and a very long hood, allowing, eventually, to cover the head as the monkeis do at certain times of the liturgical year. It is available in beige and cappuccino colors and in sizes S, M and L.
Collar: With hood
Color: White and cappuccino
Finishing: Large raglan sleeves and a very long hood.
S: dresses people until 165 cm height.
M: dresses people until 175 cm height.
L: dresses people until 185 cm height.
OBS.: For bigger, smaller or intermediate sizes, consult us.