Wearing Insignia

Guide for Wearing Kaharagian Orders, Decorations, and Medals

This guide is divided into two parts one for gentlemen and one for ladies. Within each part is a multitude of occasions of when insignia should be worn and how it should be worn.

Some important notes:

  • You should never wear more than four breast stars, never more than one with black tie and morning dress.
  • Broad ribands/sashes are never worn with black tie or morning dress.
  • Only one broad riband should be worn.
  • Collars are only worn when advised to by the Sovereign or his representative.
  • Collars are never worn after sunset.

EVENING DRESS/WHITE TIE



DINNER JACKET/BLACK TIE



MORNING DRESS



LOUNGE SUIT



OVERCOATS



FURTHER READING


These resources should be used in conjunction with the guidelines of the Kaharagian Royal Court which differs on something that other countries do. In regards to Kaharagian custom, it overules foreign custom when the event in question is Kaharagian.

Connelly, Stephen. Spink’s Guide to the Wearing of Orders, Decorations, and Medals. London: Spink & Son, 1986.

Guide for the Wearing of Orders, Decorations and Medals. Ottawa: Chancery of Honours, 2013.

A Guide to the Wearing of Orders, Decorations, Miniatures and Medals with Dress Other than Uniform. London: Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood, 2005.

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