Dress Worn

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British Army Uniform - Uniform Numbers - No.2: Service Dress (temperate Parade Uniform)
... Originally issued as a field uniform (see Service Dress (British Army)), this uniform is worn for most formal duties by all units ... No.2 dress consists, for most corps and regiments, of a khaki jacket, shirt and tie with trousers or a skirt ... Head dress is the same as that worn with No.1 dress, with the exception of the Brigade of Gurkhas, who wear the slouch hat and The Queen's Royal Hussars who wear ...
Types of Dress
... Ball gown, a very formal dress, typically elaborate and floor-length Cocktail dress, a semi-formal dress Débutante dress, a white dress worn by young women at debutante cotillions Evening ... Tea gown, a semiformal gown intended for wear during afternoon tea Wedding dress, worn exclusively by the bride at her wedding ... Wrap dress, a dress having a front closure which wraps around the body, forming a v-shaped neckline ...
Court Uniform And Dress In The United Kingdom - Court Uniform
... Two orders of dress are prescribed full dress and levée dress ... The full-dress uniform consists of a dark blue high-collar jacket with gold oak-leaf embroidery on the chest, cuffs and long tails white breeches and stockings and a cocked hat edged with ostrich feathers ... Levée dress is less ornate the jacket is comparatively plain (with embroidery on the cuffs, collar and pockets only), and is worn with dark blue gold-striped trousers instead ...
USAAF - Culture - Uniforms - Service Dress
... of a winter service uniform of olive drab wool worn in temperate weather and a tropical weather summer service uniform of khaki cotton the same as those of ... In addition to the service uniforms usually worn for dress purposes and on pass from posts there were a variety of fatigue and flying uniforms ... and winter service uniforms were both worn throughout the year in the continental U.S ...
List Of French Words And Phrases Used By English Speakers - Not Used As Such in French
... accoutrement personal military or fighting armaments worn about one's self has come to mean the accompanying items available to pursue a mission, or ... corsage A bouquet of flowers worn on a woman's dress or worn around her wrist ... a bedroom dress) ...

Famous quotes containing the words worn and/or dress:

    To the eyes of a miser a guinea is more beautiful than the sun, and a bag worn with the use of money has more beautiful proportions than a vine filled with grapes.
    William Blake (1757–1827)

    Let us not deny it up and down. Providence has a wild, rough, incalculable road to its end, and it is of no use to try to whitewash its huge, mixed instrumentalities, or to dress up that terrific benefactor in a clean shirt and white neckcloth of a student of divinity.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)