History of the British uniform

History of the British Uniform. Red was the uniform colour adopted by the first permanent regiment of the British Army, the Yeoman of the Guard, (the Beefeaters), during the reign of Henry VIII. In 1645, this colour was adopted when the first permanent army was raised. Red was not used in order to hide blood stains.Learn More

Fashion and History in one trip

The Harkin Collection

(512) 736-5280

On Bee Caves Rd.
near One World Theatre
Austin, TX