Our black graduation gowns package comes with a cap, gown, tassel, metallic year date (signet), and white or gold collar for women. The package is enclosed in clear plastic, and includes a size label with height and sizing for weight.
These types of graduation gowns are called our Keeper line of gowns. These caps and gowns are made from polyester fabric. Ideal for single use or as a souvenir during a school commencement ceremony. These gowns are usually used by high schools, middle schools, elementary schools, community colleges, and some four year colleges and universities. If you are looking for a matte color, more durable gown, or a professional robe, please return to our front page and take a look at our Academic Regalia section.
The fabric is lightweight, shrink resistant, mildew resistant, and quick drying. It is also strong, resistant to stretching, most chemicals, and abrasion. They are reliably resilient and crisp when wet or dry, and retain heat-set pleats and creases. These robes can be washed in ordinary washers and dryers, though we do not recommend you do so very many times as they are not intended for long-term use. These gowns can fade from long exposure to the sun.
Tassel and Year-Date
The metallic year is called a tassel drop or signet. We carry the current year, most prior years going back about ten years, and sometimes the next future year. We cannot make a special tassel-drop at this time, and all tassel drops are pulled from our stock and not cast on-site.
This Black Color
The color is listed as black. Shades of black include Carbon, Ivory black, Ebony, Charcoal, Mars black, Night, Shadow, Shade, Pitch, Raven, Sable, Dusk, Inky, and Brunet.
Black sometimes symbolizes night. In Western fashion, black is considered reliably stylish. Black is seen as a color of seriousness and authority, and is found in law and religion in that context. In the Maasai tribes of Kenya and Tanzania, the color black is associated with rain clouds, becoming a symbol of life and prosperity. Black was also the color of an Arab dynasty of caliphs, and is seen as a royal color by some.
For graduate hoods and academic regalia colors, black or shades of black (specifically darker drab colors and darker brown colors) are used to designate the degree or discipline of Accounting, Business Administration, Business Education, Commerce, Commercial Science, Dramatic Arts, and Industrial and Labor Relations.
Schools Using Black Gowns
Black is a fairly dominate color in many high school colors and university or college colors, symbols and logos, second only to royal blue. Black is one of our most popular choices for high school graduation cap and gown selections as well as college and university selections in the United States. Because of this popularity, we always stock a large supply of black caps and gowns.
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