Beehive Clothing to discontinue select garment styles

Beehive Clothing is preparing to introduce new garment products. To accommodate these upcoming changes, it will discontinue a small number of current garment styles for men and women by the end of October 2017.

“We want to ensure we are providing members around the world with quality garments that meet their needs so that they can keep the sacred covenants they’ve made in the temple,” said Angie White, garment product manager. “These discontinuations will help us meet that goal by allowing us to introduce improved styles and fabrics for members in the future.”

White explained that, working closely with Church leadership, each of the garment styles being discontinued was carefully selected based on customer feedback from thousands of surveys and evaluations of use from around the world.

Following is a list of the women’s and men’s garment styles that will be discontinued on Oct. 31, 2017.

Discontinuing styles


  • Dri Lux top and bottom
  • DriSilque flare-leg one-piece
  • DriSilque snug-leg one piece (petite and tall statures)
  • Cotton-poly midcalf bottom
  • Cotton-poly zipper-front one-piece
  • Nylon mesh one-piece
  • Corban one-piece (tall stature)
Continuing one-piece styles

Although some one-piece styles are being discontinued, Beehive Clothing will continue to provide the following one-piece options for both men and women:


  • Cotton-poly one-piece jersey (regular stature only)
  • DriSilque snug-leg one-piece (regular stature only)
  • Corban zipper-front one-piece (regular stature only)
  • Corban one-piece (regular stature only)
  • Cotton-poly one-piece (regular and tall statures)
Endowed church members can order any of the discontinued styles through Oct. 31, 2017, by visiting or a Deseret Book or Distribution Services store, or by calling Customer Support. All orders placed by the end of October will be filled and will be shipped as they are available. After Oct. 31, these styles will be available only while supplies last. For more information and answers to frequent questions, see

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