Dress Regulations Home Page
Dress Prescript
Dress No 1A ,1AW ,1B ,1BW , medals, aguillettes, sword knot
Dress No 2, 2W, Medal Ribbons
Dress 3AW Semi-Formal Summer Dress, Dress No 3B, Dress No 3C, Tricon, Side Cap, Windbreaker
Dress 4 Action Working Dress, Variations, Position of Side Cap
Dress No 5 Mess Dress, Tecnical Specs
Dress No 6, Sport Parade, Physical Training, Boat Pulling
Dress No 7, Protective and Specialist Clothing
Hair Regulations
Beard Regulations
Nails, Watches, Rings and Earings
 
     
 

 

 

 

Dress No 1A Ceremonial Dress (Black) | Dress No1A (Variations)
Dress No 1A Technical Specs | Dress 1AW Ceremonial Dress (White)
Dress 1AW (Variations) | Dress No 1AW Technical Specs | Medals Technical Specs
 Aiguillettes with Dress No 1A & 1AW | Naval Sword Knot
Dress No 1B | Dress No 1BW

Aiguilettes with Dress No 1A

Definition: "Aiguillettes" refers to a tagged point incorporating a plaited metallic cord or braid and cords hanging from the shoulder on the breast of a service uniform. It is used for official and/or ceremonial activities by a designated officer.

The Aiguillettes is worn by a Flag Lieutenant and a Flag Captain when accompanying the Flag Officer (for example Chief of the Navy or Flag Officer Fleet) during ceremonial occasions. Captain accompanying President - Aiguillettes on right hand side.

Aiguilettes with Dress No 1A