Purple hair? Starbucks doesn’t care.
TORONTO – Got purple hair? Starbucks wants to hire you.
The world’s largest coffee chain is loosening its employee dress code to allow workers to don brightly-dyed hair and coloured, patterned clothing.
Starbucks says employees now have more fashion choices to wear underneath the company’s signature green apron – within reason.
The revamped company attire rules now includes gray, navy, dark denim and brown tops along with shirts with small stripes, tone-on-tone plaids and tight patterns. Employees can also wear pants, shorts, skirts or dresses in grey, navy, brown, khaki and black, as well as dark-washed blue jeans.
Along with vibrant-coloured hair, staffers are likewise permitted to put on knitted beanies, fedoras and other suitable hats in brown, grey or black. Scarves, neckties and colourful socks have also been given the OK.
The coffee company says the move is an opportunity for their employees to display their individuality while at work.
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