One of the eight Regimientos de Dragones, the Almansa regiment had sky blue as its facing color, which appeared on the lapels, collar, and cuffs (all piped white), plus the the piping on the pockets on the rear of the jackets. All of the Dragoon regiments had white metal buttons.
The Dragoon regiments underwent a bewildering number of changes in their uniforms, but as of 1805 they were to wear lemon yellow jackets with red turnbacks, lemon yellow waistcoats and breeches, and lemon yellow saddle blankets edged in white. The cloaks were lemon yellow as well, with collars in the regimental color.
The trumpeters wore"reverse colors", but there is some uncertainty as to exactly what that meant. The most likely interpretation seems to be red jackets with yellow turnbacks, and regimental colored collars, cuffs, lapels,and pocket piping.
Officers had silver piping where the men would have white; Sergeants had epaulettes in the facing color. Note the slung Dragoon muskets.
These figures are sculpted by Paul Hicks for Brigade Games, and are really lovely. There are two Dragoon variants available, one walking, seen here, and the other charging, which will be featured in a future post.
Standards were red with the Royal arms on one side, and the regimental badge on the other (this flag properly belongs to the Villaviciosa regiment, but it's the only one Adolfo Ramos makes). The trumpet banners similarly seem to have bore the royal arms on one side and the badge of the regiment on the other. I have once again used an "impressionistic" style in painting the trumpet banners.
The standard bearers had a red/crimson bandoleer with silver fringe, and the pole was painted in a red and yellow spiral. The finial should be silver - I'll have to fix that!. Cravats were red.