Hiya, here is another tunic from my ATS collection.
This is the 1938 pattern tunic with pleated breast pockets. These were originally issued without a belt and they did not really look very flattering as the cut was a little shapeless for the female form. The addition of the belt made the tunic much more attractive as it gave the girls a waist You can see here that the belt has been carefully hand sewn to the tunic to prevent it getting lost.
The famous Anti Aircraft Command formation signs are the printed issue type. These are the second pattern design. The first pattern had a "D" shaped bow. I have shown some first pattern ones here:
British Anti-Aircraft Command 1st pattern flashes
The tunic has the RA badge to the breast. Many units had the right to wear the white lanyard of the RA, but this tunic never came to me with one fitted.
The tunic is named to a girl called "Hughes".