The Infantry was organised as a single Division of three Brigades, each Brigade having its own distinctive colour:
Regiments Colour Location
1e Brigade 1e Regiment Crimson Cuffs. Turnbacks
4e Regiment Crimson Cuff flaps. Turnbacks
2e Brigade 2e Regiment Scarlet Cuffs. Turnbacks
5e Regiment Scarlet Cuff flaps. Turnbacks
3e Brigade 3e Regiment Jonquille Cuffs. Turnbacks
6e Regiment Jonquille Cuff flaps. Turnbacks
Within each regiment,the 1st and 2nd Battalions each had one Grenadier Company, one company of Voltigeurs and six companies of Fusiliers.
The 3rd Battalion had one company of Carabiniers (who wore bearskins without a plate), six companies of Chasseurs and one of Voltigeurs.
Grenadiers wore a bearskin with a brass plate bearing the Arms of France, and with a white pleated lace cockade, white plume and white cords. The backpatch bore a Fleur de Lys on a patch of the facing colour.
Carabiniers and Voltigeurs wore a similar bearskin but devoid of a plate.
Fusiliers and Chasseurs wore a shako.
Grenadiers and Carabiniers wore scarlet fringed epaulettes; Voltigeurs wore yellow; Chasseurs green and Fusiliers white.
Grenadiers and Carabiniers whore white grenades on their turnbacks; Voltigeurs wore hunting horns; Chasseurs wore one hunting horn and one Fleur de Lys whilst Fusiliers wore Fleur de Lys.
Front view of a Habit for a Fusilier, 2e Regiment (Scarlet facings to the turnbacks, cuff and piping).
The white metal buttons bearing the Arms of France can be clearly seen. The white brides retained white fringed epaulettes.
Rear view of the same Fusilier's habit: the turnbacks are decorated with white Fleur de Lys and the button holes on the long pockets with white Cul de de lace.
Detail of the embroidered Fleur de Lys worn by a Fusilier or Chasseur
Officer's Habit, 3e Regiment (Jonquille cuffs, piping and turnbacks). The white lace of the OR has been replaced by silver and the buttons are silver, also.
Rear view of the same Grenadier officer's habit - note the beautifully embroidered tail grenades (detail below)