From Delta to Singapore Airlines: 7 chic flight attendant uniforms we want in our closet

Flight attendants pose as Delta Air Lines hosts the "Free Throw To Heathrow" event celebrating the New York Knicks return to the O2 Arena in London as part of the NBA Global Games 2015 with John Starks, Larry Johnson and Earl Monroe at Grand Central Terminal's Vanderbilt Hall at Vanderbilt Hall on January 8, 2015 in New York City.Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for Delta

After learning Zac Posen is about to completely reinvent the way we view airline attire with his latest fashion collaboration with Delta, we couldn’t help but think about all of the other fabulous flight attendant uniforms out there.

Depending on your traveling schedule, you might be able to catch some of the fabulous looks on your next flight from Newark Liberty International Airport. You might have to get a few stamps on your passport to get a glimpse of the others.

Check out some of the most stylish uniforms you’ll find up in the sky:

Can you really ever go wrong with a navy blue and orange combo?

WOW air (Iceland)
With these bright colors, there’s no wonder these ladies are smiling from ear to ear

Singapore Airlines
Patterns that effortlessly show off the beauty of a culture…yes please!

Virgin America
Because what woman doesn’t feel sexy in red?

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Qantas (Australia)
Just when you thought you were getting a LBD, they decided to spice it up with a splash of color

Southwest Airlines
They’ve got chic and comfort down pat

Our #SouthwestHeart uniforms aren’t the first time we’ve redesigned our uniforms. The last complete redesign was more than a decade ago in 1996. This time around, we were committed to involving our Employees in each step of the process. This level of Employee involvement in unique in the industry and shows our commitment to our Employees as the Heart of our airline and our brand. Our brand, our planes, and our People are bold and modern, and the new uniforms represent who our Employees are—spirited, professional, unique, and approachable. All of these qualities and more are represented in this design for our above the wing female Employees. The above the wing female collection includes much versatility, with pieces that are reversible, have moisture-wicking technology, and some that utilize eco-friendly fabrics. This fabric made from recycled plastic water bottles uses 66% less energy compared to the manufacturing of polyester fiber, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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Etihad Airways (Abu Dhabi)
Seriously, those scarves are everything!