Mormons have long worn temple garments with their robes, but they’ve been getting a little more creative lately.

This week, Mormon missionaries from the church’s International Missionary Training Program (IMTP) are wearing the most unique robes in the history of the church. 

Mormons have been wearing robes for more than a century, but the first ones were only worn by high-ranking members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who wear the white garments of a temple priest.

This was the first time Mormons in general wore temple robes.

The robes worn by missionaries at this year’s event were the first to be produced with fabric woven into the cloth, which mimics the pattern of the original robes. 

“These robes have a lot of history behind them,” said David Johnson, director of communications for the Mormon mission program.

“I think that people are going to love the design of these robes.”

The church has been using the fabrics for years, but Johnson said the first of the new ones is the most important.

“It’s going to make a huge impact on the way that missionaries will interact with people,” Johnson said.

“It’s a very unique piece of clothing that they are wearing.”

The robes will be worn at the church Missionary and Relief Society Conference this Saturday.

Johnson said he hopes to get them on sale in stores this week.

“We hope to sell out,” he said.

“When people see these garments, they will be able to say, ‘Oh, my god, I got these!’ and go, ‘That’s the first one I’ve ever seen,'” Johnson said, adding that it will also make a big difference in how missionaries interact with the people who wear them.

The temple garments have been worn for generations, and missionaries from around the world have used them for decades.

They are a symbol of the high priesthood of the LDS church and also the sacredness of the priesthood itself.

The temple garments were made of cloth woven into a pattern that mimics that of the originals.

The first garments were worn in 1889.

They were designed by the late Apostle Joseph Smith and were intended to be a reminder of the fact that the church was the only true church.

Smith used the garments to celebrate the birth of the Prophet Joseph Smith.

The LDS Church now has about 1.5 million missionaries in around the globe, many of whom have been ordained by the church president since his death in 1890.