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What Do Temple Garments Look Like and What Do Mormons Wear Inside the Temple?

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has released a short video on the sacredness of temple garments and clothing and has included shots of what they look like. As you can see, the garments are similar to regular underwear for men and bodyshaping wear for women. The fabric shown is only one of many options we can choose from. There are some variances in design for the women's tops as well and longer bottoms available for colder areas. For more information on temple garments, click here.

The temple clothing is worn over a modest white dress for women and a white dress shirt and dress pants for men. The clothing understandably may look strange or funny to you, but please be respectful of them and to us. Thank you.



Discussion: Do you have any other questions regarding temple garments or temple clothing?

Comments

DAD said…
great explanation by the church and you
Anonymous said…
Well said.

Mom

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