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Malaysian Grid Girl Uniform Gets Updated…

Well… barely.

In case you forgot, here is a photo of the 2010 uniform:

2011’s uniform is equally modest. I’m glad they got rid of the jersey cardigan that was accented with grandma’s lace doilies. They also got rid of grandma’s strappy sandals, which was an excellent choice.

However, it appears that Nando has noticed that the new shoes are just as hideous… a wide white platform wedge. Let’s examine them more closely:

I found an even “better” photo showcasing these shoes:

They’re a bit dated, no? It reminds me of the 90’s… and not in a good way.

The cropped jacket actually had potential to be cute… but the ribbon accents end up making the whole thing look gimmicky. In fact… the whole thing looks a little bit like an airline stewardess … or maybe even Gundam?

Perhaps the designer was influenced by Gundam… even Riccardo Tisci’s Givenchy haute couture collection last year drew inspiration from Gundam. 😉

  1. Melodie
    11/04/2011 at 12:59 pm

    Omg !!! I hate white shoes ! And these ones are hidious !!!!! Poor girls ! Fortunately they are gridgirls, not real models !

    • pinknyanko
      11/04/2011 at 3:06 pm

      yes… these are very very very ugly….

  2. Jaschintaz
    18/04/2011 at 6:22 am

    Ewww they are in the Petronas corporate colours!!! I apologize…being Malaysian myself although I no longer live there – we generally tend to have a better dress sense than what the country’s “official designers” churn out. Just look at Jimmy Choo & Bernard Chandran…

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