Ceremonial Occasions

Some articles on ceremonial occasions:

Order Of The Garter - Habit and Insignia - Members - Order's Ceremonial Occasions
... For the Order's ceremonial occasions, such as the annual Garter Day, the members wear elaborate vestments and accoutrements (accessories), which include The mantle is a vestment or robe worn by members since the ... The Garter is worn on ceremonial occasions around the left calf by knights and around the left arm by ladies, and is depicted on several insignia ...
Sri Lanka Police Service - Uniform
... and above who were mostly British wore white colonial uniforms which are still used today for ceremonial occasions ... still remain as the full-dress uniform of Gazetted Officers, only worn for ceremonial occasions ... Mounted officers wear a red tunic for ceremonial occasions with a gold cross belt, a black custodian helmet, gazetted officers carry swords and constables carry lances with a police pennant ...
School Uniform - By Country - Sri Lanka
... uniform is standard for boys with a white short sleeve shirt (long sleeve shirt for ceremonial occasions) and some schools allow long sleeve shirts with rolled up sleeves for ... Blue or white (white for ceremonial occasions in some schools) shorts for boys under grade 10 (15 years of age) and white longs for boys of and above grade 10 ... For ceremonial occasions both boys and girls may wear the a white or black blazer (depending on the school, with its badge and also the blazer may be of a school color e.g.- maroon) with the school's tie ...

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