Items normally worn with the Army white mess and evening mess uniforms

Found in Section 22.12 Page 118

Applies to Gender Male

a. Accessories

(1) Buttons (para 27–4).

(2) Cape (officers only) (para 27–6c).

(3) Coat, black, all weather (para 27–8).

(4) Cuff links and studs.

(a) Gold (white mess only) (para 27–10b(2)).

(b) White (white evening mess only) (para 27–10b(1)).

(5) Gloves.

(a) Black, leather, unisex, dress (only when the black all-weather coat is worn) (para 27–12b).

(b) White, dress (para 27–12c).

(6) Headgear, cap, service white (para 18–8).

(7) Neckties.

(a) Black, bow (white mess only) (para 27–19a).

(b) White, bow (evening white mess only) (para 27–19b).

(8) Shirts, white.

(a) Semiformal, dress (para 27–22d).

(b) Formal (para 27–22e).

(9) Shoes, oxford, black (para 27–23c).

(10) Socks, black (para 27–24b).

(11) Suspenders (para 27–25).

(12) Undergarments, white (para 27–28).

b. Insignia, awards, badges, and accouterments worn on the Army white mess and evening mess uniforms.

(1) Aiguillette, dress (officers only) (para 28–26).

(2) Insignia.

(a) Branch insignia (paras 28–10 and 28–12). Branch insignia is worn as prescribed in paras 22–5d(1) and (3). (b) Grade insignia (paras 28–5 through 28–8). Grade insignia is worn as prescribed in paras 22–5d(1) and (2). (c) Regimental distinctive insignia (para 28–23).

(d) Headgear insignia, cap, service, white (para 28–3c).

(3) Service stripes (enlisted personnel only) (para 28–27).

(4) Decorations and service medals, miniature (para 29–9).

(5) U.S. badges (combat and special skill, dress miniature, and identification) (paras 29–17c and 29–18c).