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A mother dressed her kids up in a makeshift version of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s signature collar to pay their respects to the late judge outside the Supreme Court.

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The woman and two young children were pictured in matching black tops with what appeared to be a white homemade collar
Ginsburg died at the age of 87 Friday surrounded by her family at her home in Washington D.C. after a battle with metastatic pancreas cancer.
The justice, only the second woman to serve as a Supreme Court Justice, was known for her broad selection of collars – known as jabots – that she once revealed were chosen to symbolize her opinions on a particular court matter or ruling.
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The family sporting collars were only a handful of the thousands of mourners that lined up at the Supreme Court to pay tribute to the late justice Thursday.
Others also paid tribute to the iconic style of the legal pioneer and champion of women’s rights by donning collars.
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A baby was also dressed in a mock crochet collar while sat in their stroller, while a man had traveled from St. Louis to DC to sport a jabot and mask depicting the image of Ginsburg while he stood at the foot of the steps.
Mourners flocked to the steps of the building in Washington D.C. to pay their respects as she lies in repose under the Portico of the high court for two days – where she served for 27 years and, before that, argued six cases for gender equality in the 1970s.