According to a UK media poll, air stewardesses on Japan's Skymark Airline and Germany's Lufthansa Airline reportedly found their uniforms too revealing.
Skymark caused a stir when it shortened the length of its stewardesses skirts, causing some stewardesses to worry about giving their passengers an unintended view up their skirts.
Lufthansa stewardesses have likewise complained that their low cut uniforms have made them more susceptible to embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions when bending over.
The poll also reported the key complaints against the uniforms of air stewardesses from other airlines. Singapore Airlines stewardesses for instance found their long figure hugging uniforms a hassle and a possible safety hazard during emergency situations. Singapore Airlines has kept its uniform largely unchanged since its initial design in 1968.