In Christian faiths, the white baptismal garment symbolizes acceptance to the religious community. The garment is usually white and full-length to resemble the glowing light of the figure of Jesus Christ. It is also said to symbolize the light of Jesus that is now within the individual being baptized.
While baptismal garments are always white, the specific design of the garment varies based on the Christian denomination. For instance, Catholics are baptized as infants in full-length christening gowns, while members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints are baptized as adults in modest white jumpsuits for men or dresses for women.