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Starbucks Releases New Dress Code Guidelines

Starbucks Releases New Dress Code Guidelines

Its employees have spoken, and Starbucks is delivering on its promise for change

The new dress code, effective immediately, allows baristas to wear a range of shirt colors and patterns beyond solid black and white.

Starbucks released its new dress code today, delivering on one of the many promises made just two weeks ago to improve the Starbucks partner experience.

The change came about as a result of requests from employees for more freedom when it came to the dress code. On the new dress code, Starbucks stated, “We’re inviting you to bring your personal taste and handcrafted style to work.”

The color palette for tops has expanded past solid black and white, and some muted patterns are now permitted. Gray, navy, brown, and dark denim are now permitted for tops.

On the hair front, Starbucks wrote, “If hair color is your style, it’s welcome.” This diverges from the previous “keep it looking natural” rule, which banned bright and “unnatural” colors.

Full details on the new dress code can be find here.

Missed the announcement? Click here to learn about the other promises the company made to improve the Starbucks partner experience.


Starbucks Will Now Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

The brand designed a special T-shirt for employees to wear, if they choose.

Less than a day after an internal memo stating employees were not permitted to wear Black Lives Matter attire to work went viral, Starbucks announced that not only is that no longer the case, but that they've also designed BLM merch for their partners to wear. The chain saw immediate backlash to yesterday's news, and #BoycottStarbucks trended on Twitter in the United States.

"Black Lives Matter." a post from the coffee giant began. The brand went on to write: "We continue to listen to our partners and communities and their desire to stand for justice together. In response to this historic time, our store partners can show support with their own t-shirts, pins and name tags."

Language on a post from the Starbucks Partners account differed slightly, noting that "until these [shirts] arrive, we've heard you want to show your support, so just be you. We trust you to do what's right while never forgetting Starbucks is a welcoming third place where all are treated with dignity and respect."

An official statement from Starbucks provided to Delish specifies 250,000 of the above-pictured shirts will be made available to employees in the U.S. and Canada. The statement continued, "This small effort allows us to abide by store policies that are designed to maintain a safe and welcoming sense of community." This likely alludes to the Starbucks dress code, which, as of yesterday, did not allow partners "to wear buttons or pins that advocate a political, religious, or personal issue," a point of contention for many amid the news as the chain typically provides attire for Pride Month each year.

Starbucks management also penned a letter to employees in response to the blowback, which you can read in full here.


Starbucks Will Now Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

The brand designed a special T-shirt for employees to wear, if they choose.

Less than a day after an internal memo stating employees were not permitted to wear Black Lives Matter attire to work went viral, Starbucks announced that not only is that no longer the case, but that they've also designed BLM merch for their partners to wear. The chain saw immediate backlash to yesterday's news, and #BoycottStarbucks trended on Twitter in the United States.

"Black Lives Matter." a post from the coffee giant began. The brand went on to write: "We continue to listen to our partners and communities and their desire to stand for justice together. In response to this historic time, our store partners can show support with their own t-shirts, pins and name tags."

Language on a post from the Starbucks Partners account differed slightly, noting that "until these [shirts] arrive, we've heard you want to show your support, so just be you. We trust you to do what's right while never forgetting Starbucks is a welcoming third place where all are treated with dignity and respect."

An official statement from Starbucks provided to Delish specifies 250,000 of the above-pictured shirts will be made available to employees in the U.S. and Canada. The statement continued, "This small effort allows us to abide by store policies that are designed to maintain a safe and welcoming sense of community." This likely alludes to the Starbucks dress code, which, as of yesterday, did not allow partners "to wear buttons or pins that advocate a political, religious, or personal issue," a point of contention for many amid the news as the chain typically provides attire for Pride Month each year.

Starbucks management also penned a letter to employees in response to the blowback, which you can read in full here.


Starbucks Will Now Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

The brand designed a special T-shirt for employees to wear, if they choose.

Less than a day after an internal memo stating employees were not permitted to wear Black Lives Matter attire to work went viral, Starbucks announced that not only is that no longer the case, but that they've also designed BLM merch for their partners to wear. The chain saw immediate backlash to yesterday's news, and #BoycottStarbucks trended on Twitter in the United States.

"Black Lives Matter." a post from the coffee giant began. The brand went on to write: "We continue to listen to our partners and communities and their desire to stand for justice together. In response to this historic time, our store partners can show support with their own t-shirts, pins and name tags."

Language on a post from the Starbucks Partners account differed slightly, noting that "until these [shirts] arrive, we've heard you want to show your support, so just be you. We trust you to do what's right while never forgetting Starbucks is a welcoming third place where all are treated with dignity and respect."

An official statement from Starbucks provided to Delish specifies 250,000 of the above-pictured shirts will be made available to employees in the U.S. and Canada. The statement continued, "This small effort allows us to abide by store policies that are designed to maintain a safe and welcoming sense of community." This likely alludes to the Starbucks dress code, which, as of yesterday, did not allow partners "to wear buttons or pins that advocate a political, religious, or personal issue," a point of contention for many amid the news as the chain typically provides attire for Pride Month each year.

Starbucks management also penned a letter to employees in response to the blowback, which you can read in full here.


Starbucks Will Now Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

The brand designed a special T-shirt for employees to wear, if they choose.

Less than a day after an internal memo stating employees were not permitted to wear Black Lives Matter attire to work went viral, Starbucks announced that not only is that no longer the case, but that they've also designed BLM merch for their partners to wear. The chain saw immediate backlash to yesterday's news, and #BoycottStarbucks trended on Twitter in the United States.

"Black Lives Matter." a post from the coffee giant began. The brand went on to write: "We continue to listen to our partners and communities and their desire to stand for justice together. In response to this historic time, our store partners can show support with their own t-shirts, pins and name tags."

Language on a post from the Starbucks Partners account differed slightly, noting that "until these [shirts] arrive, we've heard you want to show your support, so just be you. We trust you to do what's right while never forgetting Starbucks is a welcoming third place where all are treated with dignity and respect."

An official statement from Starbucks provided to Delish specifies 250,000 of the above-pictured shirts will be made available to employees in the U.S. and Canada. The statement continued, "This small effort allows us to abide by store policies that are designed to maintain a safe and welcoming sense of community." This likely alludes to the Starbucks dress code, which, as of yesterday, did not allow partners "to wear buttons or pins that advocate a political, religious, or personal issue," a point of contention for many amid the news as the chain typically provides attire for Pride Month each year.

Starbucks management also penned a letter to employees in response to the blowback, which you can read in full here.


Starbucks Will Now Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

The brand designed a special T-shirt for employees to wear, if they choose.

Less than a day after an internal memo stating employees were not permitted to wear Black Lives Matter attire to work went viral, Starbucks announced that not only is that no longer the case, but that they've also designed BLM merch for their partners to wear. The chain saw immediate backlash to yesterday's news, and #BoycottStarbucks trended on Twitter in the United States.

"Black Lives Matter." a post from the coffee giant began. The brand went on to write: "We continue to listen to our partners and communities and their desire to stand for justice together. In response to this historic time, our store partners can show support with their own t-shirts, pins and name tags."

Language on a post from the Starbucks Partners account differed slightly, noting that "until these [shirts] arrive, we've heard you want to show your support, so just be you. We trust you to do what's right while never forgetting Starbucks is a welcoming third place where all are treated with dignity and respect."

An official statement from Starbucks provided to Delish specifies 250,000 of the above-pictured shirts will be made available to employees in the U.S. and Canada. The statement continued, "This small effort allows us to abide by store policies that are designed to maintain a safe and welcoming sense of community." This likely alludes to the Starbucks dress code, which, as of yesterday, did not allow partners "to wear buttons or pins that advocate a political, religious, or personal issue," a point of contention for many amid the news as the chain typically provides attire for Pride Month each year.

Starbucks management also penned a letter to employees in response to the blowback, which you can read in full here.


Starbucks Will Now Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

The brand designed a special T-shirt for employees to wear, if they choose.

Less than a day after an internal memo stating employees were not permitted to wear Black Lives Matter attire to work went viral, Starbucks announced that not only is that no longer the case, but that they've also designed BLM merch for their partners to wear. The chain saw immediate backlash to yesterday's news, and #BoycottStarbucks trended on Twitter in the United States.

"Black Lives Matter." a post from the coffee giant began. The brand went on to write: "We continue to listen to our partners and communities and their desire to stand for justice together. In response to this historic time, our store partners can show support with their own t-shirts, pins and name tags."

Language on a post from the Starbucks Partners account differed slightly, noting that "until these [shirts] arrive, we've heard you want to show your support, so just be you. We trust you to do what's right while never forgetting Starbucks is a welcoming third place where all are treated with dignity and respect."

An official statement from Starbucks provided to Delish specifies 250,000 of the above-pictured shirts will be made available to employees in the U.S. and Canada. The statement continued, "This small effort allows us to abide by store policies that are designed to maintain a safe and welcoming sense of community." This likely alludes to the Starbucks dress code, which, as of yesterday, did not allow partners "to wear buttons or pins that advocate a political, religious, or personal issue," a point of contention for many amid the news as the chain typically provides attire for Pride Month each year.

Starbucks management also penned a letter to employees in response to the blowback, which you can read in full here.


Starbucks Will Now Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

The brand designed a special T-shirt for employees to wear, if they choose.

Less than a day after an internal memo stating employees were not permitted to wear Black Lives Matter attire to work went viral, Starbucks announced that not only is that no longer the case, but that they've also designed BLM merch for their partners to wear. The chain saw immediate backlash to yesterday's news, and #BoycottStarbucks trended on Twitter in the United States.

"Black Lives Matter." a post from the coffee giant began. The brand went on to write: "We continue to listen to our partners and communities and their desire to stand for justice together. In response to this historic time, our store partners can show support with their own t-shirts, pins and name tags."

Language on a post from the Starbucks Partners account differed slightly, noting that "until these [shirts] arrive, we've heard you want to show your support, so just be you. We trust you to do what's right while never forgetting Starbucks is a welcoming third place where all are treated with dignity and respect."

An official statement from Starbucks provided to Delish specifies 250,000 of the above-pictured shirts will be made available to employees in the U.S. and Canada. The statement continued, "This small effort allows us to abide by store policies that are designed to maintain a safe and welcoming sense of community." This likely alludes to the Starbucks dress code, which, as of yesterday, did not allow partners "to wear buttons or pins that advocate a political, religious, or personal issue," a point of contention for many amid the news as the chain typically provides attire for Pride Month each year.

Starbucks management also penned a letter to employees in response to the blowback, which you can read in full here.


Starbucks Will Now Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

The brand designed a special T-shirt for employees to wear, if they choose.

Less than a day after an internal memo stating employees were not permitted to wear Black Lives Matter attire to work went viral, Starbucks announced that not only is that no longer the case, but that they've also designed BLM merch for their partners to wear. The chain saw immediate backlash to yesterday's news, and #BoycottStarbucks trended on Twitter in the United States.

"Black Lives Matter." a post from the coffee giant began. The brand went on to write: "We continue to listen to our partners and communities and their desire to stand for justice together. In response to this historic time, our store partners can show support with their own t-shirts, pins and name tags."

Language on a post from the Starbucks Partners account differed slightly, noting that "until these [shirts] arrive, we've heard you want to show your support, so just be you. We trust you to do what's right while never forgetting Starbucks is a welcoming third place where all are treated with dignity and respect."

An official statement from Starbucks provided to Delish specifies 250,000 of the above-pictured shirts will be made available to employees in the U.S. and Canada. The statement continued, "This small effort allows us to abide by store policies that are designed to maintain a safe and welcoming sense of community." This likely alludes to the Starbucks dress code, which, as of yesterday, did not allow partners "to wear buttons or pins that advocate a political, religious, or personal issue," a point of contention for many amid the news as the chain typically provides attire for Pride Month each year.

Starbucks management also penned a letter to employees in response to the blowback, which you can read in full here.


Starbucks Will Now Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

The brand designed a special T-shirt for employees to wear, if they choose.

Less than a day after an internal memo stating employees were not permitted to wear Black Lives Matter attire to work went viral, Starbucks announced that not only is that no longer the case, but that they've also designed BLM merch for their partners to wear. The chain saw immediate backlash to yesterday's news, and #BoycottStarbucks trended on Twitter in the United States.

"Black Lives Matter." a post from the coffee giant began. The brand went on to write: "We continue to listen to our partners and communities and their desire to stand for justice together. In response to this historic time, our store partners can show support with their own t-shirts, pins and name tags."

Language on a post from the Starbucks Partners account differed slightly, noting that "until these [shirts] arrive, we've heard you want to show your support, so just be you. We trust you to do what's right while never forgetting Starbucks is a welcoming third place where all are treated with dignity and respect."

An official statement from Starbucks provided to Delish specifies 250,000 of the above-pictured shirts will be made available to employees in the U.S. and Canada. The statement continued, "This small effort allows us to abide by store policies that are designed to maintain a safe and welcoming sense of community." This likely alludes to the Starbucks dress code, which, as of yesterday, did not allow partners "to wear buttons or pins that advocate a political, religious, or personal issue," a point of contention for many amid the news as the chain typically provides attire for Pride Month each year.

Starbucks management also penned a letter to employees in response to the blowback, which you can read in full here.


Starbucks Will Now Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

The brand designed a special T-shirt for employees to wear, if they choose.

Less than a day after an internal memo stating employees were not permitted to wear Black Lives Matter attire to work went viral, Starbucks announced that not only is that no longer the case, but that they've also designed BLM merch for their partners to wear. The chain saw immediate backlash to yesterday's news, and #BoycottStarbucks trended on Twitter in the United States.

"Black Lives Matter." a post from the coffee giant began. The brand went on to write: "We continue to listen to our partners and communities and their desire to stand for justice together. In response to this historic time, our store partners can show support with their own t-shirts, pins and name tags."

Language on a post from the Starbucks Partners account differed slightly, noting that "until these [shirts] arrive, we've heard you want to show your support, so just be you. We trust you to do what's right while never forgetting Starbucks is a welcoming third place where all are treated with dignity and respect."

An official statement from Starbucks provided to Delish specifies 250,000 of the above-pictured shirts will be made available to employees in the U.S. and Canada. The statement continued, "This small effort allows us to abide by store policies that are designed to maintain a safe and welcoming sense of community." This likely alludes to the Starbucks dress code, which, as of yesterday, did not allow partners "to wear buttons or pins that advocate a political, religious, or personal issue," a point of contention for many amid the news as the chain typically provides attire for Pride Month each year.

Starbucks management also penned a letter to employees in response to the blowback, which you can read in full here.


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