Description and Wear of Uniform Components
Jumper, White Dress (E6 and Below)
Made of white 100% polyester, (Certified Navy Twill) fabric, loose fitting, open at the neck and with a square sailor collar. Jumper has two welt style pocket outside on the front and a side zipper for improved ease of wear on the left. Bottom is finished with a turn-up hem and covers all but the lowest button on each side of broadfall trousers. Collar has two stars on the jumper flap and is trimmed with three navy blue piping, each 3/16 inch wide and 3/16 inch apart with outer piping 1/4 inch from collar edge. Sleeves have two navy blue button fasteners on cuffs, trimmed with three piping of navy blue tape, each piping 3/16 inch wide and 3/16 inch apart, centered horizontally on the cuff and blocked off each end by a perpendicular white stripe 3/16 inch wide, connecting the ends of the horizontal piping.
Distance from outer edge of perpendicular stripe cuff's open end is approximately 1-3/8 inches. Buttons are 25-line, black, with anchors.
Wear fitting comfortably across the shoulders and bust without binding at armholes. An inverted sleeve crease extends down the arm at inside and outside edges. Body of the jumper has an outward crease in the front, inverted crease in the back, and the collar has three, evenly spaced outward vertical creases. Sleeves hang straight and long enough to cover the wrist bone. The bottom of the jumper should be loose fitting at the hips with the hem falling within one inch above the bottom of the side pocket opening on the jumper slacks. When wearing an outergarment, the collar is inside the garment.
Turn the Jumper inside out, front down, collar out facing away from you. Using a contrasting color ink, center surname, first and middle initial (if applicable) left to right and 1/4 inch below the collar seam.