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Male Officer

White Mess Uniform Center

White Mess Jacket

  • 100% polyester certified twill weave
  • Includes the chain and buttons
  • Includes officer sleeve braid (unattached)
$260.00

High-Rise Black Trousers

  • 55/45 poly/wool blend
  • High-waisted design
  • Rubberized shirt-stay band
$129.00

Black Self-Tie Bow Tie

  • 100% polyester satin finish
$8.95

Tuxedo Shirt

  • Made of a 65% polyester / 35% cotton blend
  • Pleated front, soft bosom, and turndown collars
  • Machine washable
  • $27.95

Black Pre-tied Bow Tie

  • Pre-tied and adjustable
  • 100% polyester satin finish
$8.95

Black Cummerbund

  • 100% Polyester
  • Adjustable
  • Worn with the pleats facing down
$17.50

Suspenders

  • Worn with Mess Trousers
  • Button style
  • Branch colors
$14.00

Bullion Mess Knots

  • Exterior is Gold-plated wire thread.
$79.00

Mylar "Synthetic Bullion" Mess Knots

  • Synthetic Bullion

$59.00

Bullion Sleeve Rank

  • Made of Gold or Silver-plated wire
  • Worn on the sleeve of the mess jacket
$18.00

Regimental Crest

Regimental Crest
$6.50

Shirt Studs & Cuff Links

  • Jewelry-quality set.
$39.00

Miniature Medals

  • Optionally worn after retreat (in lieu of ribbons)
  • New award module: select your awards once and watch the module build your ribbons, mini medals, and full-size medals
Starting at: $12.00

Miniature Badges

  • Pin-on badges
$4.75

Combat Service Identification Badges (CSIB's)

  • Pin-on badge worn on the Army Service and Mess Uniforms.
$12.50

Mess Chain and Buttons

  • The chain and buttons are included with every Mess Jacket that we sell
  • Used to keep the jacket closed
$6.95

"Hamilton-finish" Bright Buttons

  • All Marlow White Uniforms include the proper buttons
  • Extra buttons or spares can be ordered separately

Male Black High Gloss Shoe

  • High gloss upper
  • Removable full-cushion footbed
  • Oil-resistant outsole
$85.00

Male Black Leather Shoe

  • Leather upper
  • Removable full-cushion footbed
  • Oil-resistant outsole
$95.00
Items which can be required by the Local Commander. Unless required or prohibited by the Local Commander, the items are considered optional and can be worn at the discretion of the individual.

White Grip Gloves

  • Regular length
  • "Grip" style
  • Unlined
$4.95

Gauntlet-Length White Gloves

  • Gauntlet length
  • Standard or "grip" style
  • Lined
$7.00

White Dress Gloves

  • Regular length
  • Standard style
  • Unlined
$4.95

Dress Aiguillettes

  • Only worn by aides
  • Worn with the bow tie
  • Available in Nylon or Mylar
$89.00
Worn for evening functions when civilians normally wear white ties and tails.
 
The black bow tie, pleated shirt, gold cuff links and studs, and black cummerbund are removed from the uniform for this variation. The White Mess Uniform is modified by adding the following items:

Wing Collar Shirt (Piqué)

  • Made of a 65% polyester / 35% cotton blend
  • Pique front
  • Convertible cuffs
  • Machine washable
$39.00

Shirt Studs & Cuff Links

  • Jewelry-quality set.
$39.00

White Vest

  • Piqué fabric
  • Polyester with adjustable back strap
  • 2 pockets
  • Dry clean only
$39.00

White Bow Tie

  • 100% Polyester
  • Pre-tied neck strap adjustable bowtie
  • Pique fabric
  • Dry clean only
$8.95
  • Know the Appropriate Occasion for Wear (Top)

    The Army White Mess is an optional and seasonal uniform authorized for all male personnel. It is for black tie formal functions and corresponds to a civilian tuxedo or white dinner jacket. The White Evening Mess Uniform is the more formal variant of this uniform and corresponds to the civilian "white tie and tails." Soldiers normally wear these uniforms between April and October.

    The following are the appropriate occasions for personnel to wear the Army White Mess and White Evening Mess Uniforms:

    • Social functions of a general or official nature, held after retreat.
    • All private, formal social functions held after retreat.

    In practice, however, Soldiers wear Mess Uniforms during very formal afternoon events, such as weddings, especially when the event extends into the evening hours