civilian clothing and accessories
approved 1938-1945 reproduction/replica or appropriate use of
modern clothing in the correct style, fashion, cut, color, and
appearance of 1938-1945.
If an event has a
specific date/time/historical reference, “uniform” must adhere
to the specific date.
events or events where a date is not specified by event
organizers, the unit will pick a specific date range to represent,
for example 1944-45 and then specify to members the acceptable
date range of attire and appearance for that event.
insignia dating from 1941-1945 from the six founding USO agencies
are allowed and must comply with the statements above.
impressions should adhere to the historical dress code set forth by
the National USO during WWII.
Dresses or skirts
were mandatory, trousers or slacks were not allowed.
Stockings, or the
impression thereof, and heels were preferred over socks with any
type of shoe.
Clothing must be
appropriate to the venue.
Clothing should be
age appropriate, within reason.
Hair styles of 1938-1945 must be
Make-up must be applied correctly;
colors and application must be in accordance with what was worn
comprehensive, specific examples of approved clothing and
accessories, hair and make-up see the Unit Publication GuidelinesFor Proper