Russian Infantry Officer in green service coat and covered furashka.
Although the infantry wore the kepi, most officers wore the furashka This figure would be especially good for field grade officers and Guards officers of all grades.
The picture below shows variations worn by officers. A white tunic (kittel) is often seen worn in period paintings. The cap is invariably worn with a white cover. Uniform trousers were dark green but in summer all ranks wore white. In Turkestan, they had red ones–which, with a white kittel would make a fourth option not shown.