In the past few years, airline attendant uniforms have made the news, and not always for positive reasons. But a new airline company based in Australia plans to change that.

While many airlines, such as Virgin, have updated their policies to better reflect modern times — for instance, no longer requiring flight attendants to cover up tattoos — the proverbial pencil skirt or button-up with tie are still prominent in the space. However, up-and-coming airline Bonza, set to commence operations later this year in Australia, is taking things to a new level with its recent announcement that its uniform line will be “super casual,” including styles such as white T-shirts, black pants, tailored shorts, sneakers, and more.

In addition, according to Carly Povey, chief commercial officer of Bonza, the airline will also do away with “grooming guides.” These often include stipulations like attendants must wear lipstick or cover up certain parts of their bodies because of tattoos.

“We won’t dictate what lipstick to wear, or whether you have to wear lipstick at all,” said Povey in a statement. “We won’t ask crew to cover up their tattoos and just because you’re female, that doesn’t mean you have to wear a skirt. If you’re non-binary, pregnant, work in the office or onboard, we have options for you.”

Bonza partnered with Total Image Group, an Australian company that specializes in uniforms, to create and launch the new line. The range was unveiled at a purple carpet fashion show held in the Sunshine Coast Airport Hangar where Bonza’s head office is located. According to the Total Image Group website, purple is a main theme that’s woven throughout the collection, representing Bonza’s optimism and bold new approach to air travel.

“Flying was a joy that was denied to so much of the world for so long, so Bonza taking to the skies and offering Australia a new opportunity for travel feels like such a monumental moment,” said Pamela Jabbour, Total Image Group CEO and head designer. “I really wanted the uniforms to reflect that excitement and optimism, which is also so much a part of the Bonza brand.”

Going beyond comfortable, casual styles, the collection also includes something for all climates as well as an option for the pilots.

“Instead of pantyhose, polyester shirts, black high heels, and traditional embroidery, we have created a uniform that reflects current trends and that [flight attendants] will wear with pride,” said Jabbour.