New McDonald's Uniforms Make Staff Look Like Star Wars Villains

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HypeBeast reports that the new McDonald's uniforms are "a modern, monochrome makeover" from the colorful mess that they were before.

Others say the uniforms look like something out of the Hunger Games.

Some on social media think that McDonald's may be taking inspiration from the Dark Side.

The fast food chain's uniform collections will start appearing in American restaurants this month, according to a McDonald's news release.

The new outfits aren't getting the warmest reception from consumers and employees, with some likening them to gear straight out of dystopia with references to "The Hunger Games", the Death Star and "Logan's Run".

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Next is the Boswell-designed WARAIRE for McDonald's collection. One of his first jobs was at a McDonald's in Pasadena, Calif.

In collaboration with designers Waraire Boswell and Bindu Rivas, McDonald's United States of America crew members will get to choose between two contemporary uniform collections: WARAIRE for McDonald's and Timeless Elements, for crew members and managers.

"Beyond that, it's another step in the company's continuous effort to raise the bar by investing in people and improving the restaurant experience with a focus on hospitality", Langhorn continued without mentioning how fucking dystopian they look.

This week, the company Twitter account put up a "throwback Thursday" video of past designs. "I wanted to design a line of uniforms that people would feel comfortable wearing outside of work". The new uniform collections feature a convertible denim apron, a new signature piece for the brand, which may be worn full or as a half apron to fit restaurant employees' personal style. "I find your lack of fries disturbing", one Twitter user wrote. A few consumers chimed in with approval, but even the praise was muted.