Episcopal Roman Cassock Model BT401
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Episcopal Roman Cassock model BT401. Is a national production (by CORDIS), manufactured with excellent tailoring fabric. Its light percentage of stretch provides comfort to movements and resembles Italian cold wool.
Cassock is a simple and dignified ecclesiastical habit (cloth) according to the norms established by the Episcopal Conferences and according to the legitimate customs of the places (CIC Can 284). Throughout history, seeking practicality, comfort and adaptation to the climate, the cassocks have been differentiating one from the other. Today, there are several types of cassocks. It is up to the local bishop, however, to determine what type of habit the clerics of his Particular Church (diocese) will use. The cassock is actually a garment originally worn on a daily basis by clergy as a uniform. Exactly, a clerical uniform! For this reason, famous tailors specialized in making cassocks to dress the dignitaries of the Church, which, depending on their function and ecclesiastical title, these garments present themselves with some details that differentiate them. It is a piece made to measure and, therefore, with high cost.
However, it is known that in liturgical functions, some vestments are superimposed on the cassock, thus increasing the cleric's body temperature. CORDIS stylists, attentive to this, developed cassocks that, while retaining their essential characteristics, also present others that make them highly appreciated: Accurate modeling; lightweight fabric; without lining, with fewer buttons; sizes S, M, L, XL 1 and XL 2; refined finishes and, of course, undisputed price.
DETAILS OF THE PRODUCT
Episcopal Roman Cassock model BT401. Is a national production (by CORDIS), manufactured with excellent tailoring fabric. Its light percentage of stretch provides comfort to movements and resembles Italian cold wool. This cassock has a front buttoning and pleats on the back and sides, where there are pockets with access to the pants. It is lined with appropriate satin that, in addition to thermal insulating, also gives it a good internal finish. In the case of Episcopal cloth, this talar garment has its details of stitching, finishing and buttons covered in red. Detail: a red color binding, which descends from the collar to the hem, garnished with red grosgrain ribbon. It is available in black, with red details. Band cincture and mozeta are not included.
Color: Black with red details
Finishing: A red color binding, which descends from the collar to the hem, garnished with red grosgrain ribbon.
Size: Tailor-made according to formulary. Click here and download it.