On May 11, we celebrated Pentecost at King of Peace and encouraged all to wear red. The participation was great and our seats were filled with red-wearing worshippers. That day, our Senior Warden Robin Davenport-Ray announced that we don't always wear the same color, but jokingly added that "next week the color will be blue." Yesterday, more than the usual number of folks were wearing blue, though none seemed to be in response to the remark made in announcements the previous week. Perhaps it was coincidence, or maybe a subliminal response to the suggestion.
In any case, it seems we have nothing on the mother church of the Diocese of Georgia. An Episcopal Church News Service article reports that the group at Christ Church Episcopal in Savannah has taken to liturgically correct sock-wearing as a playful way of being community. The story is online here: Episcopal joy persists in Savannah despite trying times