A shortened cassock formerly worn by Anglican clergy out of doors but now used by bishops, deans, and archdeacons only. The apron is usually held in place by two ribbon-like strips of cloth that are tied at the body’s back. The apron may either have a strap around the neck, or shoulder straps that criss-cross at the back and attach to the waistband. The advantage of the design makes it especially simple to put on the bib apron. The importance of shoulder strap design makes the apron more sensational and comfortable to wear, a neck strap can slightly impair ease of movement.

Weight 1.00 kg


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