The uniform of the pipers of the Irish Guards is a variation of the standard Irish regiment issue.
The cap is the traditional dark green caubeen. Attached to it is a larger version of the regimental cap badge. This badge
is worn with a light blue hackle.
The tunic is a military style dark green with features unique to the Guards. Only the Pipe Major wears silver piping
on the garment.
The kilt is the traditional Irish saffron garment. attached to the right side of the over apron are two round green felt
circles with small celtic brooches that are used in place of a kilt pin.
The kilt hose are a dark green help up by saffron flashes and the brogue shoes have a large tongue or leather flap that
covers the laces but are without the traditional buckles.
The pipers wear a dark green cloak in cooler weather.