/k/ here, we were wondering if you /fa/shionable /fa/ggots have any ideas for a military dress uniform.
Whenever /k/ tries to design something it always ends up looking like a nazi uniform
keep in mind that there needs to be a male and female version, as well as some way to show rank and specialization (infantry/armor/pilot/etc)
related /k/ thread
fuck, every military. Operational dress was mostly the same -- the nazis just had ridiculous white piping on everything and an overabundance of stamped metal skulls and eagles instead of stars and chevrons.
>Operational dress was mostly the same
Not really. And the Germans only had white piping on infantry service uniforms and only the SS and Panzerwaffe really had skulls
That German uniform looks strikingly familiar.
grab a copy of the most /fa/ premium mod around and just work from there
knoch doesnt wear dress uniforms though
Please don't open your mouth/post if you don't know what you're talking about. Waffenfarbe piping is ugly.
Jesus fucking Christ. Fuck off to /mlp/ you faggot!
>/k/ asks /fa/ about a prospective military dress uniform
>/fa/ quickly proceeds to the equivalent of screaming while fling shit on the walls
Yeah, it's /k/ and (for some reason) /pol/ who are autismal.
>>However the book, Hugo Boss, 1924-1945: The History of a Clothing Factory During the Weimar Republic and Third Reich, reveals the designer's involvement with the Nazis went much further. Not only did he outfit the SS, but he took advantage of forced labor in his factory.
[A] total of 140 Polish forced laborers, mostly women, as well as some 40 French prisoners of war, were made to work for Boss during the Holocaust. They were housed in a camp in one area of the factory, and lived in extremely poor conditions with "uncertain" food and hygiene levels.
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>Roots of America
Naw, that's more like the middle branches.
You want to go to the roots of American military dress, this is what you want.
And if Red, White, and Blue are too much for modern liberals to handle, there's always the 1784 colour scheme.
I've always thought about a uniform both functional and /fa/shionable.
The problem is, camo patterns aren't really effay, and I wouldn't know how to combine it with something else.
I guess you could go with colour combinations or mono coloured uniforms depending on the terrain though (full beige for desert troops, green coat+brown trousers for forest troops, etc.).
You really can't make a modern uniform both combat effective AND useful as a dress uniform. In fact, with body armor becoming standard, the older zip/button-up overshirt of camo uniforms has given way to Combat Shirts with camo sleeves and moisture wicking fabric in battle, relegating those to base/garrison wear. Probably the best thing the Army did with the ACUs was declare no starching and change to practical suede boots instead of shiny black.
What you're thinking of was what militaries used to do until camouflage became understood as a critical component of a combat uniform.
Because they're kind of shitty as work uniforms, and the only difference between ACUs and with Combat shirt is you wear a combat shirt instead of the undershirt and zip-up shirt. Keep in mind that even when deployed you can't wear combat shirts unless you're in armor, too.
>Because they're kind of shitty as work uniforms
Can't be worse than ACUs.
>eep in mind that even when deployed you can't wear combat shirts unless you're in armor, too
They can change those regulations and make it so that you wear combat shirts at all times when you're deployed.
Well, for one that pattern isn't in use anymore. For two, it's an extra shirt to accompany the uniform, not a completely different set.
No, because it is too formal