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Starbucks baristas can now wear fedoras, a definite sign of the apocalypse

The coffee chain's new dress code could allow employees to wear questionable headwear

Starbucks baristas can now wear fedoras, a definite sign of the apocalypse

It's not just enough that they purposefully get the name on your cup wrong every morning, but now Starbucks could bring out more unnecessary rage in you by allowing their staff wear outrageous fedoras and other questionable headwear styles.

Imagine being told you need to ask for a venti, not a small, at 8am by someone wearing a straw trilby? It'll be carnage.

It's not just eclectic hats that are being permitted either, as bow ties and silk scarves are also on the list of items staff can wear to personalise their look.

Check out all the acceptable and not acceptable styles




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