"The judge has a black robe."
Translation:Le juge a une robe noire.
Vêtir is an infinitive verb that means to clothe or to dress. The noun robe can mean "dress" (as in "frock""), but also "gown" or "robe" when referring to a profession such as a professor or a judge.
Is 'robe' the best French word to use in this sentence? Is there another word that would specify more particularly, even if less used?