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McDonald's Unveiled New Monochrome Uniforms. But Not Everyone Is Loving It

Jennifer Calfas

Employees will start wearing the gray, monochrome uniforms at all of McDonald’s 14,000 restaurants in the United States this month, the company announced.

And while McDonald’s said 70% of its employees “feel that the new uniforms provide a modern image that they would be proud to wear,” others on social media compared them to those worn on the Death Star in Star Wars or District 12 citizens in the post-apocalyptic Hunger Games.

The new uniform for #McDonalds serving storm troopers on a Death Star in a Galaxy far far away. pic.twitter.com/UJ3QuRRSbG

- Max Willson (@max_willson95) April 22, 2017


The new McDonalds uniforms look like they should be worn while beating up teenagers in a dystopian young adult novel. pic.twitter.com/ZauwsOtvRt

- Ronan Farrow (@RonanFarrow) April 22, 2017


McDonald's new uniforms is as dystopian as you can imagine. pic.twitter.com/zGqzIupUim

- Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) April 22, 2017


@paleofuture pic.twitter.com/5W9nHSSeJ7

- darth: (@darth) April 21, 2017


The uniforms were designed by Waraire Boswell, who has dressed celebrities like Will Smith, Ellen DeGeneres and Pharrell Williams, among others. Boswell himself once worked at a McDonald’s in California and wanted to design a uniform that would give employees “a greater level of confidence.”

The new uniforms will be worn by 850,000 employees across the country, McDonald’s said.

“Individuality is important to McDonald’s restaurant employees, and the new collections were designed to bridge the gap between fashion and function, allowing for an easy transition from the restaurant to social environment,” McDonald’s said in a statement announcing the new look.

McDonald’s unveiled new uniforms for its employees - but some people think they’re better suited for a dystopian universe.

This article was originally published on FORTUNE.com