Scoot Unveils Cabin Crew Uniform, One Step Closer to Flying
One of the most exciting low-cost carriers to come out of Singapore has taken one step closer to hitting the skies. Last week our friends over at Scoot announced the frocks their cabin crew will be sporting on their inaugural flight. As expected, the companies signature golden yellow is a feature color to make the livery part of the cabin.
Black and yellow color blocking, females get a smart shift dress with a v-neck. Properly fitting and casual is the name of the game for the ladies walking the aisles. The dress is accented with the Scoot logo on the front left side. The ladies will turn heads, à la Pan Am, when walking through the airport for their Sydney launch in June.
While the male cabin crew uniform is modern and sleek, it doesn't really hit the mark as their female colleagues dress does. The uniform consists of a collarless, shallow, v-neck tee-shirt that is also color blocked in the same fashion. While futuristic, it appears that the top doesn't match with the pants and is a tad confusing.
The airline claims the uniforms are meant for practicality and functionality, allowing crew to perform their job while still being stylish and comfortable. The female dress is perfect for a new LCCs, but the men's uniform has left more to be desired. We will leave our final judgements until we see them in person.