Aer Lingus cabin crew will wear new gear for the first time since 1998 after a new reboot of its existing styles.
Irish designer Louise Kennedy has created the new line – which offers female staff the option of wearing trousers for the first time.
The airline said the new uniforms are the culmination of its brand re-fresh, which got underway last year.
The first airline’s first uniform update for 22 years will see its 4,000-strong workforce decked out in green and dark navy options.
Ms Kennedy also designed the airline’s previous uniform, which was first unveiled in 1998.