More TWOK-era costume resources are coming soon. 🙂
I’m planning to tackle more of these uniforms once I finish my sewing/courses courses.
There will be men’s and women’s Tailors Gone Wild sewing patterns, with corresponding sewing tutorials here on the blog.
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I'm glad I found this site, it looks very helpful for those who want to try their hand at making these uniforms.
I have a custom uniform combination (https://www.deviantart.com/jjohnson1701/gallery/44634885/star-trek-concept-uniform) which combined a TNG tunic/collar under a Wrath-of-Khan-style jacket with TNG styling. I was wondering if you might take a look at that and see how doable the uniform would be to sew, particularly the male uniform (https://www.deviantart.com/jjohnson1701/art/Class-A-Starfleet-Uniform-male-Star-Trek-383721110).
I need years of service and commendation pip info...
According to Fletcher's notes, the small circular accents (commonly referred to as "pips") indicate years of service. Plain is for 5 years, and those with a small Starfleet "delta" in the middle are for 10 years.
The more oblong accents (commonly referred to as "squeaks") are symbols of commendation.
In both cases, gold is for commissioned officers and silver is for enlisted personnel. The arrangement is left to individual discretion of the wearer.
Hope that helps! 🙂