Aer Lingus has released images of the new uniforms that will be worn by its crew from February 10.
Fashion designer Louise Kennedy has created 25 items that the airline said reflect its “status as a modern international airline with a proud Irish heritage”.
They include the addition of trouser and dress options for female crew, new jacket and coat designs and easy-care shirts and blouses.
The colour scheme is primarily ‘Kenmare Green’, with touches of navy. The airline said all materials were now extra stretchy for added comfort.
Kennedy, who also designed the current uniform which has been worn since 1998, spent two years working on the new pieces.
The launch comes a year after Aer Lingus unveiled a new logo and livery, as well as a redesigned website and app.
The airline plans to increase its transatlantic fleet from 17 to 30 aircraft by 2023, growing its A330 fleet to 16 aircraft and purchasing 14 new A321LRs.
It will increase frequencies to Orlando, Miami and Seattle this summer, but has cancelled the planned launch of a Montreal route from Dublin.
Read our roundup of new and upcoming cabin crew uniforms here: