This post includes more ideas for Claire Randall's 1940's combat nurse uniform from Season 1, Episode 1 (Sassenach) of 'Outlander'.
(To see a version of her uniform with a dress, apron and lapel nurse watch pin, click HERE.)
This post will focus mainly on the pants that Claire wore as part of her uniform as a combat nurse in World War II. The rest of her nursing uniform, the shirt and the shoes, will be in a separate post.
Highlighted here are only the most important parts of her outfit from the image above for this post. (If you'd like to see a more complete image, please click HERE.)
The pieces shown below seek to approximate the look, materials and style of Claire's full-length 'uniform' pants from that time. Future posts will display other pant options for this outfit.
In durable, functional and authentic fabrics such as hemp, linen, cotton, twill, rip-stop nylon and heavy denim. Materials are featured from lightweight 'athleisure' to heavy-duty fabrications, depending on the need.
Styles include EMS, tactical, hiking, cargo, outdoor, athletic, athleisure, quick-dry, water-resistant, and even some that are police and military grade tough - all attributes that you might need out in the 'field'.
Neutral military style colors are also featured such as brown, tan, khaki, beige, olive and army green that remain true to a 'combat nurse' type of trousers.
Just click on a photo below to see a larger image, and to find out how to get one of these fashionable and timeless high-quality pair of pants for your very own: