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Pantone Nuns

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Pantone Nuns are a series of Order's habits that come in Pantone colours. Once ordained, each new Pantone Order is known by its appropriate Pantone reference, with all of the habits conforming strictly and accurately to the specific colour code.
xenzag, Aug 15 2014

Pantone http://www.pantone..../category.aspx?ca=1
choose wisely [xenzag, Aug 15 2014]

So many styles and colors! https://en.wikipedi...iki/Religious_habit
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       You could order them by years of experience, too, in the reverse order of the karate belt system. Their experience points increase as a nun as their habits' colors fade from repeated washings and sunbleaching.
RayfordSteele, Aug 15 2014
  

       Excellent suggestions. The Vatican are taking notes.
xenzag, Aug 15 2014
  

       Somehow less attractive than Pannetone nuns, though.
8th of 7, Aug 15 2014
  

       They don't do this already? Okay [+]
doctorremulac3, Feb 08 2024
  

       No need to limit this to nuns. Lots of religions have distinctive clothing and colors with specific meanings. [+]
a1, Feb 08 2024
  
      
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