5 least intimidating military uniforms
The beginnings of uniform are therefore to be found in truly national armies, in the Indelta of Gustavus, and the English armies of the Great Rebellion.
Look, I wouldn’t want to wear my ASUs (much less my mess dress) to someone’s wedding. “But that’s because my ASUs feel significantly less formal and awesome than the Marines formal uniform. If I had that as an option, I might be like ‘I should definitely wear this to this fancy wedding.'”“Army here.“My wedding had over 300 guests and nobody else felt the need to wear something to make them stand out.”I have nothing against anyone in the military but this was a black-tie-optional wedding and frankly it felt very out of place and it seemed like he was just trying to show off,” she wrote.“My wedding had over 300 guests and nobody else felt the need to wear something to make them stand out.”Want daily pop culture news delivered to your inbox?I felt that he should have known this, since the whole point of uniforms in the military is so that you don’t stand out from everyone else!
”“If he wants to wear that to his own wedding then fine, but the whole point of having a dress code at a wedding is so that no one guest will stand out too much.
Although in ancient history we occasionally meet with uniformed soldiers, such as the white and crimson Spanish regiments of Hannibal, it was not until the beginning of large standing armies that uniforms were introduced in modern times.