Flight attendants shared tips on what clothes to wear when flying

Flight attendants shared tips on what clothes to wear when flying

Flight attendants said in what clothes they prefer to see passengers, and that they are annoyed in the behavior of tourists, reports Express.
For clothes, we get the first impression of the passenger, said the stewardess with 10 years of experience. “If someone comes aboard, dressed in what looks like night pajamas (we really see that) I’m not impressed.”
According to her, you don’t need to dress as people did in the 50s – in suits and dresses, but, of course, you need to look neat and clean.
“When I see a woman or a man who is well-dressed, I immediately realize that they have a sense of decency and that they are likely to behave well,” she says.
However, some believe that dressing in flight for more comfortable things is necessary, especially when traveling long distances. No one wants to sit in jeans or a suit for hours on end.

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However, one flight attendant shared that the right clothes can be one way to get service a class higher. At the same time, according to cabin crew, there is no need to spend money on designer things before flying.
“It’s best to look good, but restrained as if you travel often. Those who can potentially count on upgrading the service class may not get it if they are not dressed properly,” the flight attendant explains.
They also told what actions of passengers annoy them the most. For example, the stewardess remembered how one company ordered a lot of drinks, and when it came time to pay, the passengers laughed smugly and said that they had no money. They thought it would get away with it.
“One of the most annoying things is when the passengers are wearing headphones, and you come to offer them snacks and drinks,” the other cabin crew shared. “You have to keep repeating the same thing to them all the time.”
“The most unpleasant thing that passengers do is poke me instead of using the call button,” another stewardess shared.

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