Red, White and Royal Blue Graduation Cord Picture

One of our braided honor cord colors is red, white, and blue. This is quite possibly our most popular braided cord because it is often used to designate patriotic organizations, such as the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC), it can also be worn to designate that someone is a member of the armed forces, is a military veteran, or is a member of SALUTE National Honor Society. In addition to this, two prominent French clubs use red, white and blue graduation cords: Pi Delta Phi and Societe Honorair de Francais. Pi Delta Phi is the College and University level French honor club while Societe Honorair de Francais is the High school version. Red, White and Blue are the national colors of both France and the United States.

Red, White and Royal Blue Graduation Cords feature one strand each of red, white and royal blue in the three strands that make up the cord. The tassels at the end of the honor cord are tri-color as well, and feature all three colors mixed in together. As with all of our graduation cords, red white and blue cords are 70 inches in length and made from high quality materials. They look great on graduation day when worn with the graduate's cap and gown.

Another way to get the colors red white and blue on graduation day would be to order one of our red white and blue graduation tassels with a gold year charm for the date you are looking for. One could also order triple tied honor cords with red white and blue, this would be done by tying three cords, one red cord, one blue cord, and one white cord all together in the middle with an overhand knot. However, unless that is the look that you are going for, it is far more economical to order the Red White and Blue Intertwined Honor Cord. Either of these styles would be an excellent way to reward students who have earned Eagle Scout honor cords.

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