How does your staff stand out?
I noticed that in the opening meet photos of the Snickersville hunt that one of the whippers-in was wearing a red arm band. Many hunts do allow women who have colors and are staffing to wear scarlet. But traditionally women never wore scarlet and I know some hunts still hold to this tradition. It does seem to assist the huntsman and even the field to distinguish the ones staffing that days hunt (especially in wooded areas). Was wondering what your hunts might be doing in this regard? Do your ladies wear red? Do they wear an arm band like the Snickersville whips appear to? Or do the ladies whipping-in or leading the fields still wear black or blue hunt coats only? What about someone assigned to staff who has not received thier colors yet?