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Fantastic! Not a fan of white shirts and glad that the trend is changing with ward activities for men. Had a few devout priesthood holders in my ward who never wore a white shirt to sacrament, but now the trend is for business shirts that look nice, but come in an assortment of colors. First sister missionaries can wear pants and now Elders in blue or white shirts, with or without ties. I’m completely in favour of the no ties. one day on a division after we used them to help hold an old lady’s head together after she was smashed by a car. It was my favorite tie. Walking into the mall covered in blood wasn’t a good look. It was comfy after we got cleaned up, though. Refrain to my comment a while ago. Doesn’t matter whatever you want to wear or whatever looks you have, what most important is that you know whats in inside your heart when you preaching the gospel of the lord. You are right when it comes to the typical member. We all serve as a missionary in one way or another. But the army of God is a different thing than the typical Evangelical Christian. The Lord wants this attire for his battalion for his own reasons just like the US army has certain regulations for their clothing. It unifies and helps them remember, as well as those around them, what they are doing. I’m sure there are other good reasons the Lord has as well. I’m sure you have experienced having someone in church clothes come visit you -It sends the message of authority and sets them apart from what you get with the rest of the world. I’m laughing a little because I was thinking there would be a lot more to this. They were given blue and a no-tie option. Not a whole lot of change, but I know it will make a big difference for many elders who literally toil with sweat and tears to serve others. Hoping more adjustments are made to help them be more comfortable and successful.