Figure 130: Private Brazil W. La Nauze of the King Edward’s Horse in Full Dress uniform circa 1910-14 (R. C. Whittock: The Military Historical Society, XVII: 61-65, 1967). Private La Nauze is wearing the Sombrero hat with King Edward's Horse headdress badge and 'B' Squadron (British American) collar badges. The khaki girdle with two red stripes and narrow yellow edging was introduced to Other Ranks in 1913 having been introduced to the bandsman's uniform earlier.
Figure 131: Regimental Sergeant Major Daniel Fegan in Full Dress uniform of ‘B’ Squadron, King Edward’s Horse circa 1911 (Copyright Imperial War Museum Q 69197). He is wearing the Sombrero hat with the brim partially turned up with a sweeping plume of cock’s feathers with the Regimental badge in the pagri and ‘B’ Squadron (British American) collar badges of the King’s Colonials.