For the most part the Bad Vestments blog is a testament to I don't know what, some hideous convergence of bad taste and slovenliness and maybe color-blindness. This one, however, defies easy categorization.
Easter Sunday, in the Episcopal cathedral in Memphis, Tennessee, one of the canons was vested thusly:
And lest you think this is a stunt picture having nothing to do with the liturgy, you may see her again at the left edge of this picture taken during Easter Sunday's baptismal rite:
Honestly, I cannot fathom this. Does anyone have any good explanation?