Some articles on judges wear, judges, wear:
... In many parts of the world, judges wear long robes (usually in black or red) and sit on an elevated platform during trials (known as the bench) ... especially in the Commonwealth of Nations, judges sometimes wear wigs ... The long wig often associated with judges is now reserved for ceremonial occasions, although it was part of the standard attire in previous centuries ...
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“Dont order any black things. Rejoice in his memory; and be radiant: leave grief to the children. Wear violet and purple.... Be patient with the poor people who will snivel: they dont know; and they think they will live for ever, which makes death a division instead of a bond.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
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—Edmond De Goncourt (18221896)