The highest level of dress uniform goes by different names around the country. The Lighthouse Uniform Company advises firefighters that names could include Dress Black, Dress Blue, Service Dress Blue or Class A Dress Uniforms. Whatever the name, the uniform is worn as a symbol of honor for occasions like dedications, weddings and funerals. Requirements vary by department. For example, in Winter Park, Florida, the Fire-Rescue guidelines call for a Class A men’s uniform of a dress long-sleeve shirt with all assigned insignia; dress coat, pants and belt; lace-up dress shoes; a bell-toe cap; and white gloves. The Oregon Fire Service Class A uniform consists of a black double-breasted coat with gold buttons; a white long-sleeved dress shirt and black tie; plain black pants; bell hat; and black shoes and socks.