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dj_ordinaire
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quote:
Originally posted by The Scrumpmeister:
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Originally posted by Casineb:
Is there a name for the short, shoulder-length stole that this United Methodist pastor is wearing? He's been in the news a lot for officiating at his son's same-sex wedding (a topic for another thread), and he's always wearing this same item of clothing. Is it a variation of the stole designed to be worn over a suit?

The pattern looks like a virus.
... or a technicolour pollen grain [Confused]

It may be a truncated stole, but I have also seen Roman Catholic lay eucharistic ministers don something similar (usually in white, Deo Gratias!) before distributing Holy Communion. Not sure if that helps, or what such an item would be called, if indeed it has an 'official' name...

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Amanda B. Reckondwythe

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How's about an eyesore?

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seasick

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*gentle tap with a sanctuary slipper*

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Canute the Holy
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Does anyone know of a good, and hopefully not too expensive, supplier of shirts which will take a detachable (clerical) collar, but also comes with a detachable soft collar in the same material?
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Basilica
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quote:
Originally posted by Canute the Holy:
Does anyone know of a good, and hopefully not too expensive, supplier of shirts which will take a detachable (clerical) collar, but also comes with a detachable soft collar in the same material?

I use TM Lewin shirts in exactly the way you describe - sometimes they are clerical shirts; other times they are conventional shirts. When I'm feeling super-trendy, I wear a collar that doesn't match the shirt.

http://www.tmlewin.co.uk/on/demandware.store/Sites-tmlgbp-Site/en_GB/Search-Show?q=tunic+shirts

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