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Re: Virgin Atlantic goes Gender Fluid on Uniforms [axlsix3] [ In reply to ]
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it looks sexy, deliberately. Many airlines used to require their stewardesses to be single.

these are vintage photos from the 60s and 70s and it's not as extreme today, but still
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Re: Virgin Atlantic goes Gender Fluid on Uniforms [Dr. Tigerchik] [ In reply to ]
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Dr. Tigerchik wrote:
Does anyone share my opinion that flight attendants have to be too dressed up? I often think "I wish you could wear something comfier" when I see the outfits, the womens especially. I'd be thrilled to see them in jeans and a logo t shirt, to be honest.

No. Do you really want them blending in to look like the passengers?

Personally I prefer dresses over pants any time. But I never wear heels.

And Jesus Christ people, there’s 12 Siri options in English. My Siri is an Irish dude.

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Re: Virgin Atlantic goes Gender Fluid on Uniforms [spockman] [ In reply to ]
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These uniforms could be comfy, unless of course it rains or you sweat a lot!
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Re: Virgin Atlantic goes Gender Fluid on Uniforms [kiki] [ In reply to ]
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Is it possible then that Air Canada was ahead of it's time with their jaunty outfits?


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Re: Virgin Atlantic goes Gender Fluid on Uniforms [noodle_soup] [ In reply to ]
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noodle_soup wrote:
Is it possible then that Air Canada was ahead of it's time with their jaunty outfits?


That would literally be the only time Air Canada was before/on time for anything then.

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Re: Virgin Atlantic goes Gender Fluid on Uniforms [noodle_soup] [ In reply to ]
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so sorry : > but the jaunty hats remind me of . . .


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