Preparation ProcrastinationA Hogwarts owl delivered your child’s acceptance letter on her 11th birthday, which gave you several months to prepare her to board the Hogwarts Express. Problem is, you tucked the letter and included shopping list away with other pieces of mail. Now it’s almost September and you want to avoid the packed streets and shops of Diagon Alley, but your child needs his 3 sets of plain, black, work robes in a hurry. You know Madam Malkin’s is going to be filling orders for more than just first-years so sending an owl to her shop is about as helpful as twiddling your thumbs. Luckily, the wizarding world has caught on with modern times a bit, and have helped some wizarding shops, like Madam Malkin’s, get a selection of quality robes online. Skip the lines and chaos before term starts and still get your child ready for his first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry!Product DetailsProcrastination could be seen as recklessness to some, but to the Sorting Hat, it’s a sign of intense bravery and means your family is probably meant for Gryffindor house. Go ahead and jump ahead of the Sorting Hat’s announcement and get your child outfitted in a set of these exclusive Gryffindor Robes. Your student will be better prepared than any classmates with their future house crest and colors already featured on their black work robes. 10 Points to Gryffindor!If you really think about it, your willingness to shop from afar is a sign of chivalry (another Gryffindor trait). By allowing others the opportunity to get what they need without one extra bit of fuss, your child should definitely earn a couple of house points upon arrival at Hogwarts. So on September the 1st, when everyone boards the Hogwarts Express and heads off to school, know they’re well prepared with all their class supplies packed and a fresh set of Gryffindor Robes wrapped around their shoulders.