The Devil’s Raiments, from Three Hands Press, is a book dedicated to the various ways in which clothing (or the lack thereof) becomes part of spiritual practice. We have sections devoted to the body, the head, the face, the hand, the waist, and the foot.
Briefly: The book has quite a lot of Chumbley, Cochrane, Manly P. Hall, and other recent authors. Now, if you like your books with a good dose of these guys, and if you’re more interested in mythopoeic associations between vastly disparate traditions, you’ll want to get this. On the other hand, if you’re like me and you want to see less “filtered” folklore, primary sources, and references to more than a couple grimoires, you probably won’t want to shell out for it.