There is a pack of almost four pieces, available at Clergy Wear Shop.
- Superfine tropical is utilized for its production.
- Half-line till the waist and 33 button cassock.
- Two inner breast pockets and combination of two side-opening pockets.
- Finished with three backplates on the back.
- A class of four pieces.
- Some parts manufactured in Superfine Poly Material.
- Cassock, cincture band, alb and tippet.
- Finest quality stitching is done thereon.
Included: Royal blue 33 buttons cassock, cincture belt, tippet and white alb.
An alb is in white colour which covering the royal blue cassock. Cassock is a long royal blue vestment that a priest wears at services other than Holy Eucharist. Traditionally, the alb is used for non-sacramental services, worn over the cassock, such as Morning Prayer. The alb is traditionally full-length in the arm and hangs are down to the knee.
It is pertinent to mention here that the tippet which goes with the cassock and alb giving finest look to the priest. Clergy alb is sometimes worn by members of the clergy i.e priests and others clergy members over the cassock.
The use of cinctures dates back to ancient times, where they were worn as a practical accessory to keep garments in place. In the Middle Ages, cinctures were also used as a symbol of chastity and religious devotion. As liturgical vestments became more elaborate, the use of cinctures became more common among clergy members.