Was It For This?

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 Louise Kennedy with previous Aer Lingus uniforms.


Aer Lingus are ditching the green uniform worn by cabin crew since the foundation of the airline
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Correction:
The new unform has not been unveiled yet. Apologies.

Jessie O Malley writes:

Irish fashion designer Louise Kennedy [who designed the previous green tea’ uniform worn since 1998] was today announced as the designer of the new Aer Lingus uniform.

The new uniform design will launch in Spring 2019 and will be worn by all ground agents and cabin crew.

38 thoughts on “Was It For This?

    1. Brother Barnabas

      it should be socially acceptable for a man to wear a skirt. would make a lot of sense. except for the weeing bit maybe.

        1. Brother Barnabas

          where HAVEN’T i been, mildred?

          charger not back yet – he was knocking around as ‘david’ (?) last i saw

          1. mildred st. meadowlark

            I’m thrilled you’re back.

            I’ve missed your stalking of Andy. (So has she but she’d never admit it)

  1. Janet, I ate my Avatar

    it’s manky in fairness,
    Don’t like that pocket detailing at all
    looks very girl guidy of old

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Wasn’t it the colour of the State at one stage? Hibernian blue or summink? There’s something in my head about it but I can’t be bothered using my mad google skillz.

      1. Brother Barnabas

        st patrick’s blue (fittingly enough) is the official colour of Ireland – not the state, though. something to do with the Order of St Patrick. i’ll be seeing a protestant friend later. i’ll ask him.

      2. DeKloot

        St Patrick’s blue. The actual shade of blue can vary but it very much remains the official colour of the State.

        1. Brother Barnabas

          i think you’ll find you’re a full 60 seconds too late with that contribution, de kloot

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Thanking you. I wish I could retain more than a half-arsed memory of the information I ingest.

  2. Murtles

    Pockets are crooked and at a different levels.
    “The new uniform design will launch in Spring 2019 and will be worn by all ground agents and cabin crew” – the lads won’t like that at all.

    1. Brother Barnabas

      i’d prefer something with pleats – better facilitates the male thigh, i think
      but if i had to wear that one, i’d wear it
      wouldn’t be so keen on the jacket, just because it’s ugly

  3. Donk

    Should have offered a young Irish designer the opportunity, possibly with some sort of competition. Louise Kennedy was down with it in 1998 along with John rocha, riverdance and Barry Egan. Things have moved on. If she was a band she’d be the Corrs

  4. Aerophile

    That’s not the new uniform. The blue number was the Aer Lingus uniform for about 6 months back in the late 80’s, possibly 1989.

    New uniform won’t be seen by anyone outside of the designer and company management until next year.

  5. Neilo

    I felt if you teamed up the visor with the blue jacket you’d have a Rhythm Nation V Margaret Thatcher thing going on. Strong look.

  6. some old queen

    So that will be the girls dressing like their grannys again but what about the men? Most male trolley dollies are queens so they’ll not be happy as an afterthought for a new look. And what about those who identify as non binary or genderqueer eh?

    Trousers for everyone I think.

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