1951.... issued with sea jersey and white fronts. It was February so had to wear the itchy sea-jersey. 2 caps, one black one white (the white one had to be blancoed, messy when worn in the rain.) The black one could be brushed into a pattern. One oilskin, and One Overcoat. Loved my overcoat. It was warm in the winter.
Agree with Topstop, I was on the Bulwark when woolley pulleys and berets came in, think I got mine in 1975. If memory serves officers got them first, SR's a couple of months later and us da I still scratch when thinking about those seamans jerseys in winter square rig or under the 8's shirt!!
6's were white suit with medals, 7's were white suit negative medals, 7A's were white front and white trousers, 10's were white front, white shorts and black long socks. 10A's were 8's shirt, blue shorts, long black socks or sandals negative socks, 9's were overalls (or extra work if you were a naughty boy )
Taken from BR1938, Naval Ratings Handbook, which, being a saddo, I still have