Starbucks, the world’s largest coffee chain is letting down its hair by loosening its employee dress code to allow workers to “shine as individuals while continuing to present a clean, neat and professional appearance.”
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As of today, Starbucks attire rules now allow for a range of shirt colors beyond solid black and white, including gray, navy, dark denim and brown tops along with shirts with small stripes, tone-on-tone plaids and tight patterns.
Employees can also wear shorts, skirts and pants, including dark-wash jeans or dresses in grey, navy, brown, khaki and black. To cap the look off, beanies, fedoras and other suitable hats are welcome.
The new dress code also allows for vibrant-colored hair, so long as coloring is permanent or semi-permanent, in keeping with food-safety standards.
And those Green aprons? Still mandatory garb.
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