Chasubles and Maniples and Stoles, Oh My!
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a pastor in possession of a chasuble is in want of a congregation who will invariable say, "That is Catholic." And indeed it is catholic. But it is not papist. Words mean things. To be catholic is to be universal, or as the Oxford Movement's John Henry Newman was often saying, "quod semper, quod ubique, quod ab omnibus" (that which was alway, and everywhere, and by all).
So, while there may be whispers and chants of "chasubles and maniples and stoles, OH MY!" The pastor in possession of them and who uses them is indeed in good companynot simply in the church catholic, but also in the Lutheran tradition specifically. Read what Ernst Zeeden describes as the practice of vestment wearing in the church of the Lutheran Reformers and their heirs.
Wait. What!?! "The chasuble was, like the ceremonies, regarded as a symbol of the difference between Calvinism and as a criterion for pure Lutheranism"? Yes, indeed, that is what churches of the Lutheran Reformation did to distinguish themselves from all the Protestant sects. They showed themselves to be catholic—not papist—catholic, that is, "quod semper, quod ubique, quod ab omnibus" (that which was alway, and everywhere, and by all). In other words, they taught what they believed by what they did and what they wore in the Divine Service.