Apple Store Employees Now Wear Bright Blue Shirts with Cleaner Lines

By: Laura McQuarrie - May 6, 2015
References: apple & appleinsider
Apple Store employees have been wearing new uniforms since about February of this year, but the changes to the designs are so subtle, as a shopper you'd probably not even notice. Although the change in clothing is far from radical, the new designs introduce crisper, cleaner looking crew necks and polo shirts for men and women.

The change in uniforms is part of Apple's 'Back to Blue... But All New' policy, which reveals more improvements than are initially seen at a glance. The new shirts for employees are made of a finer cotton made from 10% recycled materials, which makes both comfort and sustainability a priority. The placement of the Apple logo has also altered slightly, rearranged so that the icon is centered over an employee's heart.