loose legged trousers
Another iconic piece of a sailor's uniform, that was often touched for luck.
A tightly knitted woollen pullover traditional to the Channel Islands
The outer-most item of square rig.
A white cord lanyard used to hold the sailor's jackknife
A silk scarf worn under the collar
A band of material that wraps a sailor's cap showing the name of the ship of establishment that they belong to
Black boots without toe caps
Trade and rank badges in red embroidery on a dark background
The sailor's cap with a stiff crown, but without a peak
Made from a warm wool fabric, this shirt was designed to be simple for sailors to maintain themselves. It had a square head hole trimmed with blue ribbon rather than any kind of collar and no buttons requiring the construction of fiddly button holes.