Today, flight attendants often wear business-casual designs in classic color combinations of navy blue, red, black, and white.

But over the past century, uniforms for cabin-crew members have evolved alongside fashion trends. In the '60s, for example, many airlines rolled out garments inspired by stylish mod designs, like sheath minidresses with stand-away collars and go-go boots.

By the 2000s, flight-attendant uniforms were more simple and streamlined, with some airlines prioritizing comfort over flair. Read More, See photos