Male flight attendant uniforms. Ma 1 type flight jackets. Flight cases for guitar.
Male Flight Attendant Uniforms
- A steward or stewardess on an aircraft
- Flight attendants or cabin crew (historically known as stewards/stewardesses or air hosts/hostesses) are members of an aircrew employed by airlines primarily to ensure the safety of passengers aboard commercial flights, on select business jet aircraft, and on some military aircraft.
- steward: an attendant on an airplane
- A member of the crew (staff) of an airplane who is responsible for the comfort and safety of its passengers
- Provide or dress (someone) in a uniform
- (uniform) provide with uniforms; "The guards were uniformed"
- Make uniform
- (uniform) clothing of distinctive design worn by members of a particular group as a means of identification
- (uniform) always the same; showing a single form or character in all occurrences; "a street of uniform tall white buildings"
- a person who belongs to the sex that cannot have babies
- being the sex (of plant or animal) that produces gametes (spermatozoa) that perform the fertilizing function in generation; "a male infant"; "a male holly tree"
- characteristic of a man; "a deep male voice"; "manly sports"
- A male person, plant, or animal
male flight attendant uniforms - Uniforms
Look around and uniforms are everywhere. They're a way of belonging and of making people belong. Armies, police forces, and militias led the way, but today they're used by a new generation of service industries, from security guards to delivery firms. Subconsciously, uniforms oil the wheels of the world. We accept orders from a uniformed guard, respect the diagnosis of a doctor or nurse, and feel better about entrusting that important package to a uniformed private delivery company operative. Uniforms inspire trust, respect, and sometimes even fear.
This book traces the rise of the uniform in pictures up to the present day, from early military uniforms and on to the Second World War, from which a lot of uniform items made it through into civilian life, coinciding with the birth of the teenage phenomenon in the 1950s. It examines the different ways in which the uniform is used: as a means of control, of morale building, and of self-expression.
Featuring uniforms from all walks of lifemilitary, school, sports teams, and workwearthe book examineshow fashion has been influenced by uniform design and how fashion has, in turn, been reinterpreted by uniform designers.
Brussels Airlines - male aircrew
I like the high-cut vest on the model on the right, but think the tie could stand a bit more "zip." A little too much blue, not enough red - and if it were up to me, men would have a choice of several ties. I hate wearing the same tie every day!
Brussels Airlines - necktie
Quite like the use of the runway lights/dots on the tie but again - too much blue, not enough red to really stand out. I'd like to see a variant in red, and a couple of different patterns for each colour.