Yep, the people in the military wear dresses, too!
But their kind of dress is different from how us civilians use this term on a daily basis. For one, When the military says dress uniform, that pertains to specialized uniforms worn on special occasions. A full dress, therefore, is kinda like their version of our formal wear.
You can see a lot of this military style formal wear in the movies and TV shows. Since we can't regularly attend formal functions where they dress up this way, it's only through the media that we can see most of these various dresses.
Their full dress uniform is also tantamount to their formal office attire. Perhaps in the corporate world, this is equivalent to the power suit or the business suit. Yes, men and women also have varying requirements for a full dress uniform. And sometimes, the armed forces also assign different types of full dress uniforms with varying colors and designs.
So, you think you can identify which of the branches of the US armed forces wear these certain full dress uniforms for formal wear, for special occasions, or specific formal enactments of special services or duties? We've also thrown in a handful of British armed forces full dresses in there, too, since theirs also look very interesting and distinguishable.
Try it now!