Customers have mixed emotions about McDonalds new employee uniforms

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In a bid to modernize its look beyond its restaurant remodeling projects, McDonald's has updated its uniforms.

McDonald's have designed a new uniform for their staff and fans have been sharing very mixed reactions.

And more than 70 percent of restaurant employees surveyed said they like them.

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As one Twitter user wrote, "I like the new McDonald's uniforms, but I'm a pretty bleak person myself".

Some on social media think that McDonald's may be taking inspiration from the Dark Side. The new look will debut this month at all 14,000 USA restaurants. Some are even comparing them to the dystopian society seen in The Hunger Games.

One of the two new uniform "collections" was designed by American designer Waraire Boswell, who has dressed celebrities including Ryan Gosling, Sean Combs, Bruno Mars and National Basketball Association stars Kobe Bryant and LeBron James, according to Refinery 29.

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Celebrity designers Bindu Rivas and Waraire Boswell-who have dressed everyone from Will Smith to Ryan Gosling-created the new looks, utilitarian black and gray garb that ranges from collared polo shirts to T-shirts and long-sleeved looks.

McDonald's launched the new uniforms, by designers Waraire Boswell and Bindu Rivas across its 14,000 US restaurants, on April 12, saying: "This major move is another step in the company's commitment to become America's best first job and improve the restaurant experience".

McDonald's has been around for more than sixty years. "Like everyone is working for a evil mastermind", said one critic on Twitter.

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It's the first time the brand has teamed up with a designer to create outfits for its employees, and according to HypeBeast, they were designed for comfort and functionality based on feedback from customers and employees.

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