Some articles on gown, ma gown, gowns:
... The undress gown or black gown is similar to the MA gown (for PhD, LittD, ScD and in practice DD) or is a 'lay-type' gown similar to that worn by Queen's Counsel (LLD, MD, MusD) ... are distinguished from each other and from the plain MA gown by different arrangements of lace on the sleeves, facings or flap collar ... The DD traditionally had a gown with sleeves like that on American gowns being gathered at the wrists which are called 'bishop's sleeves' or 'pudding sleeves' ...
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