Marechaussee personnel wear ceremonial dresses while carrying out ceremonial duties.
The headwear worn by the Marechaussee personnel who perform the ceremonial duties is a busby. For marechaussees, the cockade on the busby is made of orange wool. Only officers have a white plume in the cockade. A ribbed chain is attached to the busby.
The marechaussees wear a black jacket with the white aiguillette on the left. The jacket has a standing collar with silver grenades pinned on it and Nassau-blue lapels underneath. The braids on the shoulders are the same colour as the aiguillette. The rank insignia are on the sleeves. The white giberne is worn over the left shoulder. The marechaussees wear a white belt over the jacket, with a badge in the form of a grenade. The uniform also includes Nassau-blue trousers, black shoes and white gloves.
The sword is held in the right hand, directly in front of the face, with the point upwards. The orange sword knot hangs from the sword.