Uniform

Uniform 2

Check out this informative, picturesque video capturing what Land Girls used to wear during the Second World War. Watch as Land Girls put on their uniform they had to wear, along with the items they personalised.
Video produced by Crows Eye Production who bring history to life through the history of dress.


Badges, Armbands, and Pins

Women's Land Army badge, often wore on the hat, jumper or tie. Source: Catherine Procter WLA collection.
Women’s Land Army badge, often worn on the hat, jumper or tie.
Source: Catherine Procter WLA collection
Red WLA Armband. Each half diamond denotes half a year of service. This Land Girl would have spent 5 years in the WLA. Source: Catherine Procter WLA Collection
Red WLA Armband. Each half diamond denotes half a year of service. This Land Girl would have spent 5 and a half years in the WLA.
Source: Catherine Procter WLA Collection
Women's Land Army 7 year armband. Source: Catherine Procter WLA Collection
Women’s Land Army 7 year armband belonging to Land Girl Gladys.
Source: Catherine Procter WLA Collection
Women's Land Army Tie Pin Source: Catherine Procter Collection
Women’s Land Army Tie Pin
Source: Catherine Procter Collection

In The Archives

Uniformity - The Land Girl Advice
Advice published in The Land Girl magazine in April 1942, p.1.

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