The Maria Regina chasuble, especially intended for Feasts of the Blessed Virgin, is based on the style of chasuble commonly found in England and the Low Countries in the 15th and 16th centuries: long and pointed, but reaching only to the elbows. This cut of chasuble was adopted by AWN Pugin at the times of his Revival of "Gothic" vestments in the 19th century. The braids to ornament these vestments were designed by the Saint Bede Studio, inspired by a Pugin orphrey.
A version of this chasuble in a standard "Gothic" shape is also available (see image below).
The vestment can be made from ivory ecclesiastical damask or from dupion silk and is fully lined in Royal Blue cotton, taffeta or dupion silk.