Roman-Style Cassock with Band Cincture

Roman-Style Cassock with Band Cincture
Roman-Style Cassock with Band Cincture Roman-Style Cassock with Band Cincture Roman-Style Cassock with Band Cincture
Product Code: N0036 [ custom-made ]
Price: $239.95
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TAILORING FEATURES >>>

  • a Roman-style cassock, hand-tailored in polyester in a color of your choice
  • a 4"-wide band cincture with velcro closure, hand-tailored in a color of your choice
  • lined torso and cincture in satin in a color of your choice
  • an inch collar tab opening
  • a single-breasted closure fastened down the center of the front with numerous small buttons
  • inverted pleats on the side and center back
  • full pockets concealed in the side pleats
  • sleeves with deep cuffs and lightly padded shoulders
  • accents for cassock (fabric-covered buttons and cording) in a color of your choice
  • accents for cincture (4"-long loop fringe and cording) in a color of your choice

OPTIONAL FEATURES >>>

  • fully-lined cassock in satin fabric in a color of your choice

SIZING >>>

Each order is custom-tailored to your set of individual measurements. To submit your measurements online, please visit the Liturgix measurement diagram.


CLEANING AND CARE INSTRUCTIONS >>>

Wash at low temperatures, using weak detergents. DO NOT BLEACH.
Dry in an aired space and not exposed to direct sunlight (black dye fades).
Ironing: Use the temperature recommended for the fabric selected.


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The cassock (or soutane) comes in a number of styles or cuts, though no particular symbolism attaches to these. A Roman cassock often has a series of buttons down the front – sometimes thirty-three (symbolic of the years of the life of Jesus). A band cincture or sash, known also as a fascia, may be worn with the cassock. The Instruction on the dress of prelates specifies that the two ends that hang down by the side have silk fringes, abolishing the sash with tassels.
The ordinary Roman cassock worn by Catholic clerics (as distinct from that worn as choir dress) is black except in tropical countries, where because of the heat it is white and usually without shoulder cape (pellegrina). Coloured piping and buttons are added in accordance with rank: purple for chaplains of His Holiness; amaranth red for bishops, protonotaries apostolic and Honorary Prelates; and scarlet red for cardinals.
Source: WikipediA

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