All Heralds of the Gospel -clergy and consecrated members- wear a brown scapular over their tunic.
The scapular dates back to the first group of people (that inspired the Heralds of the Gospel) that made the first attempt in living in community at a former Benedictine house.
This house would later become the birthplace of the Heralds of the Gospel.
All those in the initial group, were also members of the Carmelite Order as tertiary members. So they wore a brown scapular over a full-length brown tunic.
In memory of its Carmelite roots, the Heralds of the Gospel continue to wear the brown scapular as part of their own habit.