Some uniforms I like. The ones I don't like so much are the new urban combat style, for military or police, they just look too casual to me. I liked the older style ones. The uniforms I like now are navy uniforms and of course fireman uniforms. They just seem much better scrubbed up.
I first wore an RAAF uniform in the first half of the 80s and then a range of army uniforms for 10 or so years after that, ranging from dress whites, blues scarlets (all for ceremonial occasions) with pith helmets or caps, and formal khaki ("service dress") to greens, cams, slouch hats and berets, and carrying everything from a musical instrument to firearms, bayonets, grenades and full pack etc.
The 80s and 90s were not the time to be seen in uniform (unless actually on duty as a group) and a lot of the time I was spat on or abused by uneducated members of the public. At the time, I reassured myself that they might have a different view if their way of life was suddenly threatened by an oppressive power on their doorstep, and that the only reason they enjoy their current standard of living is because of those who served before me in those same uniforms. Thankfully, the last 20 years has seen the pendulum swing the other way and ANZAC services are attended by more people than ever before and understood for their real purpose (i.e. to remember the cruel bloodiness of conflict, and recognise the sacrifices and commitment of generations who have protected [or continue to protect] our way of life and standard of living).
I think men in uniform are very attractive. However, I also prefer a guy dressed up in a suit. I still think a suit is probably the best, therefore the naval officer suit is one of the better uniforms.
I like a man in uniform. I'm not sure why, but I prefer a police officer's uniform to that of others. I think the boots do it for me. I also think men in suits look super attractive. Put on a shirt, suit jacket and a kilt or lava-lava and I myself shall melt like lava. Oh no, I feel myself regressing to the state of a school girl.
Yes! Yes! Yes! My husband is in the defence force and I still get a thrill when I see him in uniform, expecially cams (camoflague). You can't go past a US Navy man in dress whites though. I still melt whenever I watch An Officer and a Gentleman. Who could forget richard Gere coming in at the end of the movie to sweep Debra Winger off her feet in his dashing dress whites!!! SIGH!!!! Pretty well any guy in uniform does it for me (except Navy seaman- they remind me of Donald Duck in those silly uniforms! UGH!!) . Mandy E