- The outermost garment of subdeacons.
- A circular cape reaching to the ankle, used by bishops, priests and deacons.
- Similar to a surplice but with narrower sleeves. It is usually highly decorated with lace. Its use is reserved to bishops and certain canons.
- Skull cap, similar to the Jewish yarmulke.
- Worn by Bishops and some abbots. Despite the having the same name, this does not really correspond with the Eastern mitre (see below), which has a distinct history and which was adopted much later.
- Pectoral cross
- The cross or crucifix worn by bishops. It is held by a chain (or cord in choir dress) around the neck and rests on the chest.
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