8 Awesome Restaurant Uniforms of Yore | KCET
8 Awesome Restaurant Uniforms of Yore
These days it's uncommon to see a restaurant worker wearing much of a uniform. Black aprons, pants and sneakers are fairly standard, and depending on the place, a polo or t-shirt might be in the mix, but modern dining establishments don't tend to make clothes a big part of their brand. That wasn't always the case, however. These photos from L.A. over the years show restaurant workers sporting some serious finery -- the headgear tends to be particularly amazing. And who knew theme restaurants dated all the way back to 1920?
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