Interesting. Obviously, this is internal to the Vatican so it probably has little implication for the Universal Church. Will that change? Time will tell I suppose.
I am curious to know how those consecrated religious who’s founder directed their sons or daughters not to wear the habit or other distinctive religious attire will fall under this initiative. The document says that religious are “invited” to wear the habit, not that they are “directed” to, which is certainly different.
In addition, considering the directions after Vatican II for religious to return to their roots, I can hardly see mandating those communities who are not supposed to be in the habit, to wear one at the Vatican.