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Tudor Bonnet is a unique combination of a floppy beret placed on a flat brim, with a ribbon or a decorative rope with tassels around the part connecting these two components. The crown is soft, collapsible, and unstructured.

Tudor Bonnet was a popular headgear in the Tudor period in England, but now it is reduced to being a part of the academic tradition.  As part of the academic tradition, it is worn during doctoral or research candidates’ felicitation ceremonies.

Tudor Bonnet is made from a soft fabric such as velvet and is generally black in color; however, other colors are also prevalent but less common. The tassel color varies can be made of anything such as a ribbon or a rope.

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