Hiya, here is a 1938 pattern FANY Service Dress jacket from my collection. It is dated 1940. It is nicely named to two different girls. Miss Goldschimd was the original owner as her name appears on the tailors label plus her initials are also inked onto the label in the neck.
The jacket was later used by another girl, a Miss Hill, as evidenced by the machine woven name tape.
The printed flash is for Northern Ireland Command. Girls who were former members of the FANY and later became members of the ATS wore the distinctive FANY / Womens Transport Service shoulder title.
Note the two buttons on each cuff: a distinctive feature of the FANY/WTS service dress tunic.
Interestingly the tunic shoulder straps were never fitted the brass ATS shoulder titles. But all the buttons are General Service pattern.
The skirt is the same high quality as the jacket. Hector Powe was a good tailors shop. Many members of the FANY came from "well to do" families.