Guide: Uniform colors/Canon uniforms

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These are the uniforms that have appeared in the Star Trek series and films.

  • 1.1 Early TOS - "The Cage" Uniforms
  • 1.2 Early TOS - "The Cage" Technician Coveralls
  • 1.3 TOS Uniforms
  • 1.4 TOS Technician Coveralls
  • 1.5 TMP (The Motion Picture) Uniforms
  • 1.6 TOS films or TWoK (The Wrath of Khan) Uniforms - ST Films II-VII
  • 2.1 TNG Uniforms - Season 1+2
  • 2.2 TNG Uniforms - Seasons 3-7 / ST Film VII
  • 2.3 TNG Technician Coveralls
  • 3.1 TNG Films - ST Films VIII-X / DS9 later seasons Uniforms - Seasons 6+7
  • 3.2 TNG Films / DS9 later seasons Dress Uniforms
  • 3.3 TNG Films / DS9 later seasons Cadet Uniforms
  • 3.4 DS9 early seasons Uniforms - Seasons 1+2
  • 3.5 DS9 early seasons Cadet Uniforms
  • 3.6 Bajoran Militia Uniforms
  • 4.1 VOY / DS9 mid seasons Uniforms - Seasons 3-5 / ST Film VII
  • 4.2 VOY Special Uniforms
  • 4.3 Voyager Endgame/DS9 The Visitor/TNG All Good Things Uniforms
  • 4.4 Voyager Endgame Cadet Uniforms
  • 5.1 ENT Uniforms
  • 5.2 M.A.C.O. Outfit (22nd Century)
  • 6.1 DSC 2258 Uniforms (Season 1-3)
  • 6.2 DSC 3189 Uniforms (Season 3)
  • 6.3 DSC 3190 Uniforms (Season 4-5)
  • 7.1 Starfleet 2399 Duty Uniforms
  • 8 Star Trek: Lower Decks (LDS)
  • 9.1 29th Century (Wells)
  • 9.2 Destiny Uniforms
  • 9.3 Vulcan Uniform Mock-ups

The Original Series (TOS) [ | ]

Early tos - "the cage" uniforms [ | ].

The Cage Command Uniform

The Cage Command Uniform

The Cage Sciences Uniform

The Cage Sciences Uniform

The Cage Operations Uniform

The Cage Operations Uniform

Early TOS - "The Cage" Technician Coveralls [ | ]

Command

TOS Uniforms [ | ]

Command Uniform

Command Uniform

Command Skirt

Command Skirt

Captain's Variant Uniform

Captain's Variant Uniform

Captain's Tunic

Captain's Tunic

Captain's Tunic Skirt

Captain's Tunic Skirt

Sciences Uniform

Sciences Uniform

Medical Variant Uniform

Medical Variant Uniform

Sciences Skirt

Sciences Skirt

Nurse's Variant Skirt

Nurse's Variant Skirt

Operations and Security Uniform

Operations and Security Uniform

Operations Skirt

Operations Skirt

Cadet Uniform 1

Cadet Uniform 1

Cadet Uniform 2

Cadet Uniform 2

Cadet Uniform 3

Cadet Uniform 3

TOS Technician Coveralls [ | ]

Command 1

Command Variant 1

Command Variant 2

Command Variant 2

Sciences 1

Engineering and Maintenance

TMP (The Motion Picture) Uniforms [ | ]

Admiral Uniform

Admiral Uniform

Command Uniform

Command Variant

Operations Officers Uniform

Operations Officers Uniform

Operations Officers Skirt

Operations Officers Skirt

Helm/Tactical Officers Uniform

Helm/Tactical Officers Uniform

Helm/Tactical Officers Skirt

Helm/Tactical Officers Skirt

Engineering Officers Uniform

Engineering Officers Uniform

Engineering Officers Skirt

Engineering Officers Skirt

Engineering Enlisted and Junior Officers Uniform

Engineering Enlisted and Junior Officers Uniform

Engineering Enlisted and Junior Officers Skirt

Engineering Enlisted and Junior Officers Skirt

Sciences/Medical Officers Uniform

Sciences/Medical Officers Uniform

Sciences/Medical Officers Skirt

Sciences/Medical Officers Skirt

Sciences Enlisted and Junior Officers Uniform

Sciences Enlisted and Junior Officers Uniform

Sciences Enlisted and Junior Officers Skirt

Sciences Enlisted and Junior Officers Skirt

Security Uniform

Security Uniform

TOS films or TWoK (The Wrath of Khan) Uniforms - ST Films II-VII [ | ]

Command

Engineering

Medical

The Next Generation (TNG) [ | ]

Tng uniforms - season 1+2 [ | ].

Command Uniform

Operations Uniform

Medical Variant Uniform

Klingon Variant Uniform

Admiral Uniform

TNG Uniforms - Seasons 3-7 / ST Film VII [ | ]

Command Uniform

Captain's Variant Jacket

Sciences Uniform

Acting Ensign

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The Yesterday's Enterprise uniforms are not available in exact, but the TNG series uniforms are closest and provide good replication. To replicate the YE uniforms, use these as a base, and add the YE belt, chest for enlisted. The belt cannot be colored, so set the color to H11 with another belt first. For the chest gear, set the color to P12 before selecting the YE chest gear.

TNG Technician Coveralls [ | ]

Command

Deep Space Nine (DS9) [ | ]

Tng films - st films viii-x / ds9 later seasons uniforms - seasons 6+7 [ | ].

Command Uniform

Command Open Jacket

Sciences Uniform Standard

Sciences Uniform Standard

Operations Uniform

TNG Films / DS9 later seasons Dress Uniforms [ | ]

Captain's Dress Uniform

Captain's Dress Uniform

Command Dress Uniform

Command Dress Uniform

Sciences Dress Uniform

Sciences Dress Uniform

Operations Dress Uniform

Operations Dress Uniform

TNG Films / DS9 later seasons Cadet Uniforms [ | ]

Command Cadet

Command Cadet

Science Cadet

Science Cadet

Operations Cadet

Operations Cadet

Note: All three of these uniforms can be equipped with the Odyssey Excursion Hip attachments for extra authenticity. The colour for these is H9.

DS9 early seasons Uniforms - Seasons 1+2 [ | ]

Command Uniform

Medical Uniform

Operations Uniform

DS9 early seasons Cadet Uniforms [ | ]

Cadet Uniform

Cadet Uniform

Command Declared Cadet Uniform

Command Declared Cadet Uniform

Engineering/Security Declared Cadet Uniform

Engineering/Security Declared Cadet Uniform

Sciences Declared Cadet Uniform

Sciences Declared Cadet Uniform

Medical Declared Cadet Uniform

Medical Declared Cadet Uniform

Bajoran Militia Uniforms [ | ]

Command Uniform

Soldier Uniform

Security Uniform

Technician Uniform

Dress Uniform

Dress Uniform

Stealth Uniform

Stealth Uniform

Voyager (VOY) [ | ]

Voy / ds9 mid seasons uniforms - seasons 3-5 / st film vii [ | ].

Command Uniform

Sciences Uniform Variant

Seven of Nine 1

Seven of Nine 1

Seven of Nine 2

Seven of Nine 2

Seven of Nine 3

Seven of Nine 3

Seven of Nine 4

Seven of Nine 4

Seven of Nine 5

Seven of Nine 5

Seven of Nine 6

Seven of Nine 6

Seven of Nine 7

Seven of Nine 7

VOY Special Uniforms [ | ]

Command Training Uniform

Command Training Uniform

Operations Training Uniform

Operations Training Uniform

Sciences Training Uniform

Sciences Training Uniform

Drive Flight Suit

Drive Flight Suit

Voyager Endgame/DS9 The Visitor/TNG All Good Things Uniforms [ | ]

Command Uniform

Voyager Endgame Cadet Uniforms [ | ]

Cadet Uniform

Operations Declared Cadet Uniform

Sciences Declared Cadet Uniform

Enterprise (ENT) [ | ]

Ent uniforms [ | ].

Command Uniform

Admiral's Uniform

Command Excursion Uniform

Command Excursion Uniform

Sciences Excursion Uniform

Sciences Excursion Uniform

Operations Excursion Uniform

Operations Excursion Uniform

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M.A.C.O. Outfit (22nd Century) [ | ]

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Discovery (DSC) [ | ]

Dsc 2258 uniforms (season 1-3) [ | ].

Duty Uniforms

Duty Uniforms

Flag Uniforms

Flag Uniforms

Medical Uniforms

Medical Uniforms

DSC 3189 Uniforms (Season 3) [ | ]

Command

DSC 3190 Uniforms (Season 4-5) [ | ]

Command

Star Trek: Picard (PCD) [ | ]

Starfleet 2399 duty uniforms [ | ].

Command Uniform

Star Trek: Lower Decks (LDS) [ | ]

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Special/Other [ | ]

29th century (wells) [ | ].

Note: The badge and rank colors in these images are out of date due to a palette expansion. Equivalent coloring (as of the time of this edit, 10/08/2016) has been experimentally determined to be in the A10 and A13 slots, as opposed to the previous A2 and A5 slots.

Command Uniform

Destiny Uniforms [ | ]

Command Uniform

Vulcan Uniform Mock-ups [ | ]

Command Uniform

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Star Trek 101: 'TNG''s Primary Colors

'Star Trek 101''s quick facts are perfect for new fans and old alike.

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Star Trek 101 serves two functions: succinctly introduce Star Trek newcomers to the basic foundations and elements of the franchise and refresh the memories of longtime Trek fans. We're pulling our entries from the book Star Trek 101: A Practical Guide to Who, What, Where, And Why , written by Terry J. Erdmann & Paula M. Block and published in 2008 by Pocket Books. An invaluable resource, it encompasses Star Trek: The Original Series , Star Trek: The Animated Series , Star Trek: The Next Generation , Star Trek: Deep Space Nine , Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise , as well as the first 10 Trek feature films.

Today, we share Star Trek 101 's file on Star Trek: The Next Generation 's Primary Colors :

Remember when wearing a gold shirt meant you were the guy giving the orders, and wearing a red shirt meant you were going to die a horrible death on the planet's surface? That was then, this is now: red signifies the command track and gold means support services (engineering and security). Blue still means the wearer is in the sciences.

The color distinctions are less pronounced than they were in Star Trek: The Original Series . Command red is a muted burgundy, gold is a mustard tone, blue is actually teal. The uniforms are primarily black, the contrasting color changes were instigated by the guys who previously wore red shirts.

Paula M. Block and Terry J. Erdmann are coauthors of numerous books about the entertainment industry, including Star Trek 101; Star Trek Costumes: Fifty Years of Fashion from the Final Frontier; Star Trek: The Original Series 365; and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion . They currently are writing the latest in their series of Ferengi novellas, which (so far) includes Lust’s Latinum Lost (and Found) ; and Rules of Accusation . Their most recent non- Star Trek book is Labyrinth: The Ultimate Visual History .

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Star Trek Uniform Color Meanings

What is the meaning of the uniform colors in Star Trek? This post will cover the original crew, the next generation (TNG), and beyond, including deep space 9 (DS9), and Voyager.

Star Trek uniform color meanings.

Generally, the different uniform colors helped to differentiate between the different duty positions, levels of authority, and generally the command structure of the federation, and the crew on the starships.

In the Star Trek universe, the colors of the uniforms worn by crew members hold specific meanings. Let’s break it down:

Original Series

Original Enterprise

Red Uniforms: These are typically worn by crew members in engineering, security, and communications roles. Notably, Lt. Nyota Uhura and Montgomery (Scotty) Scott wore red uniforms. Wearing red on the bridge is considered a high honor. However, there’s a running joke about crew members in red shirts often meeting unfortunate fates during away missions. So, if you’re on the Starship Enterprise and want to survive, don’t wear red!

Blue Uniforms: These represent medical and science divisions. They’ve remained consistent across various “Star Trek” series. Blue shades indicate ship medics and scientific personnel.

Gold Uniforms: Worn by command officers, gold symbolizes the importance of strategic decisions. Command staff, including Captain Kirk, would wear these iconic golden shirts.

TNG, DS9 & Voyager

TNG Enterprise.

In Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG), and beyond, not only did the uniforms modernize, the color meanings changed. Let’s delve into the significance of each uniform color:

Red Uniforms: These are worn by command staff. Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his senior officers sport these crimson hues. Red signifies leadership, decision-making, and strategic roles. If you’re in red, you’re at the helm of the starship, making critical choices for the crew and the mission.

Blue Uniforms: Medical staff wear blue. Dr. Beverly Crusher and other medical officers would have a blue uniform. This remains the same as in the original series.

Gold Uniforms: Operations and security staff wear gold. Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge, Lt. Worf, Lt. Tasha Yar, and Chief O’Brien fall into this group. Gold symbolizes efficiency, engineering, and tactical prowess. These officers keep the ship running smoothly, maintain systems, and ensure security.

In summary, the colors of Starfleet uniforms reflect the crew members’ roles and responsibilities as they explore the final frontier!

Why The Uniform Colors Change?

The switch in uniform color in the 24th century likely aimed to move away from the negative connotation associated with “redshirt” deaths, those unfortunate crew members who often met their demise during away missions.

The evolution of Starfleet’s uniform colors reflects different visions of the franchise’s costume designers over the past 50 plus years. Each new designer brings their own perspective, adapting the color meanings while honoring the legacy of this beloved sci-fi saga.

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Star Trek The Next Generation Uniforms

Arguably as recognizable as The Original Series' color-coded "pajamas" are in pop culture today, Star Trek: The Next Generation's Starfleet uniforms are a distinct part of Star Trek's unique vision of the future.

Originally designed by William Ware Theiss (and notoriously modified by Robert Blackman), Star Trek: The Next Generation's uniforms are deceptively simple creations. Dubbed "spacesuits" by the cast of TNG, these uniforms are more than just lycra spandex and/or wool gabardine television costumes.

TNG's Starfleet uniforms evolved over the course of its seven season run, been the subject of their own real world controversies and production problems, and inspired future generations of costuming – appearing as recently as Star Trek: Picard's first season and Star Trek: Discovery's third season.

Like Star Trek's many famous starships, its props, its sets, its aliens, its fictional history, Star Trek: The Next Generation's uniforms have their own lore and their own secrets.

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Star Trek The Next Generation Uniforms

Star Trek: The Next Generation's first take on the 24th century's Starfleet uniforms were formfitting and sleek, with bold color blocking reminiscent of The Original Series' iconic look. However, in order to conform to designer William Ware Theiss' strict "no wrinkles" rule, these costumes were held taught with stirrups that looped under the actors' boots and pulled down on their backs.

The discomfort associated with these early costumes is much storied in the legacy of Star Trek: The Next Generation and fodder for numerous tales told by the actors at Star Trek conventions. Jonathan Frakes even claimed to have "ripped more than one of them off in frustration." In at least one telling of the horrors of those uniforms, Patrick Stewart stated that the uniforms caused so much back pain that his chiropractor suggested he sue the producers.

Less talked about, however, is the smell.

TNG's OG uniforms were constructed out of lycra spandex, a material not know for its breathability. According to Theiss' successor, Robert Blackman:

There was no give in the shoulder and there was this constant pressure on the actors who were wearing the costumes for twelve to fifteen hours a day. They were very, very much disliked by the actors – uncomfortable to wear, hot, and they retained body odor.

So along with cat poop in corridors , the uniforms also apparently smelled. The set of USS Enterprise-D must've been Hollywood magic.

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  • Star Trek's uniform colors have changed over the years to reflect different meanings and visions of the franchise's costume designers.
  • In the original series, blue represented medical and science divisions, gold denoted command positions, and red was worn by engineering, security, and communications divisions.
  • The switch from red to gold uniforms in the 24th century was likely a decision made by Starfleet to move away from the negative association with red uniforms ("redshirt" deaths).

Star Trek 's iconic uniforms have through a variety of changes in color designation and design in the past 57 years for a variety of reasons. In Star Trek: The Original Series ' unaired pilot, there were only two colors - blue for the science and medical divisions and gold for everybody else. Due to the costs involved in mounting a second pilot for the network, the gold uniforms were retained for TOS ' successful pilot, "Where No Man Has Gone Before". After that Star Trek embraced the gold, blue, and red uniforms that were an integral part of TOS ' iconic visual style between 1966 and 1969.

The meaning of gold, red and blue have changed over the years and so too has the way that those colors are displayed on the uniform. This is understandable for a franchise that has been running for 57 years. Each new costume designer will have their own vision for how they think Star Trek 's uniforms will look, and which characters would best suit which color. For example, Robert Blackman adapted original Starfleet uniform designer William Ware Theiss' Star Trek: The Next Generation uniforms for the 90s Trek shows and subsequent movies. Although he redesigned the outfits, Blackman honored the new color meanings decided upon by Theiss.

What Star Trek’s Uniform Colors Mean

In the entire history of Star Trek , blue has always denoted that the officer wearing the uniform is attached to Starfleet's medical or scientific divisions. During the 23rd century, the gold uniform denoted command positions and were also worn by Star Trek 's ace helmsman Lt. Hikaru Sulu (George Takei) and navigator Lt. Pavel Chekov (Walter Koenig). The red shirts were worn by the engineering, security and communications divisions. The red shirts also had an unfortunate association with the countless members of Starfleet away teams that were killed in the line of duty. Meanwhile, Kirk's green uniform was usually reserved for diplomatic functions.

By the 24th century there had been a switch around of Starfleet uniform colors and their relevant associations. Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) wore a red uniform throughout Star Trek: The Next Generation , rather than a gold one, so too did his Number One, Commander William T Riker (Jonathan Frakes). Meanwhile, the gold uniforms were worn by everybody with an operational role from security down to engineering, with occasional Enterprise-D helmsmen wearing red uniforms, like Lt. Geordi La Forge (LeVar Burton) in TNG season 1.

Why Star Trek’s Uniform Colors Changed

There's never been an in-universe explanation for the red and gold switch between Star Trek 's 23rd and 24th centuries. It can easily be explained by an operational decision made by Starfleet's wardrobe department to break away from the problematic " redshirt " association. Similarly, the more sober gray uniforms in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and the Star Trek: The Next Generation uniforms could have been designed to reflect the war footing that Starfleet had found itself on while in conflict with the Dominion.

The real-life explanation for why Patrick Stewart and Jonathan Frakes weren't dressed in gold is more interesting, however. There are apocryphal stories that Stewart and Frakes didn't look as commanding in the gold uniforms designed by original Star Trek: TNG costume designer William Ware Theiss. It's certainly true that the dark red uniforms worn by Captain Picard and Commander Riker pop better on screen than the gold uniforms worn by the ops team. More interesting still, Lt. Commander Data (Brent Spiner) was supposed to be in science division blue, but it was a bad color for his pallid android skin tone.

Starfleet Uniform Variants In Star Trek

Interestingly, Scott Bakula's Star Trek: Enterprise went back to the color distinctions from Star Trek: The Original Series. Each of the blue flight suits had colored piping around the shoulders reflecting yellow for command and red for operations. The only notable difference was that Lt. Hoshi Sato (Linda Park) had the blue piping of the science division on her uniform to reflect her role as the Enterprise NX-01's linguist and translator. It's thanks to Hoshi's scientific research into alien languages that Lt Nyota Uhura (NIchelle Nichols) can maintain hailing frequencies in her operational position aboard the USS Enterprise.

Other notable uniform variants are the similarly blue uniforms from Star Trek: Discovery which had gold or silver cuffs and side panels for command and operations, respectively. The iconic crimson movie costumes had different colored turtleneck sweaters under the tunics, presumably to denote crew role. Prior to those iconic crimson outfits were the poorly received monochrome uniforms designed for Star Trek: The Motion Picture , which were sometimes referred to as space pajamas. The longer that the franchise continues into the future, the more likely it is that Starfleet uniforms will continue to adapt and change. However, Star Trek: Discovery 's far future uniforms prove that Star Trek 's command red is very much in style almost a millennium after it was first introduced.

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From TOS to Star Trek Beyond: The Evolution of Uniforms

From its humble – and somewhat precarious – beginnings in 1966, Star Trek’s place in science fiction has grown to epic proportions, unmatched by others in its genre (which, of course, is a bone of contention).

Arguments aside, there’s one constant element in Star Trek that we cannot do without: their wonderfully designed uniforms. I have to admit – there’s not much sexier than a person in uniform. Especially if they’re in Star Trek.

I’m not saying outlandish alien features and costumes don’t add to a story’s appeal, but Star Trek’s crew members – from TOS to Star Trek Beyond – hit the spot with their simple but “look at me” vibe.

So, how well do you know your Star Trek uniforms?

If your memory is a little hazy, let’s help you with that. Here is a Star Trek uniform guide which showcases the threads from The Original Series, The Motion Picture, The Next Generation, Generations, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, and the most recent movies.

Perfect timing for Star Trek Beyond, don’t you think?

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