The first flight attendant uniforms were designed to be durable, practical, and inspire confidence in passengers. In the 1930s, the first female flight attendants dressed in uniforms resembling nurses'outfits. The first female flight attendants for United Airlines wore green berets, green capes and nurse's shoes. Other airlines, such as Eastern Air Lines, actually dressed female flight attendants in nurses' uniforms. Both male and female flight attendants for Hawaiian Airlines wear aloha shirts as their uniform.
1960s -- Hawaiian Airlines
1960s -- Pierre Cardin for Pakistan International Air.
1965 - Pucci X Braniff airlines
1968 - Balenciaga X Air France
1969 - Olympic Airlines Uniform by Pierre Cardin
1970 - Alaska Airlines' "Golden Samovar" Uniforms
1970 - Hughes Airwest uniform
1974- Pucci X Qantas
1980 - Adolfo X Pan Am 1980
1990 - Monarch Air
2000 - Emirates Airlines
2013 - Proflight Zambia
2013 - Malaysian Airlines