Just like the normal corporate world, flight attendants in the Philippines will no longer be required to wear their uniforms on Fridays and they may choose to fly in civilian clothes during their flights or even on reserve duty. The Philippines civil aviation authority have relayed to all Philippine based airlines to allow flight attendants to go in decent looking civilian wear provided their still wear their wing nameplates.
However, flight attendants are still required to be in their standard make-up.
The Philippine civil aviation authority understands that every Friday is usally a "dressdown day" for many corporations and they would want this to extend even to flight attendants to make them feel comfortable and also still part of the normal society.. However, airlines are given also the freedom whether to implement this new directive or not.
However, flight attendants have to adhere to a certain dress code, such as no slippers or open toes, no crop tops, no outfits that may reveal tatoos or any "pantal" in the skin, no super tight fitting tops, skirts have to be below the knees, and no showing of too much skin. Business casual would be a more appropriate attire and for budget carriers, cabin crew members can go in jeans or "maong".
The Philippines Civil Aviation Authority has submitted some pegs or suggestions of flight attendants "OOTD" or Outfit of the Day for Fridays and many of them would not be too conservative or too revealing. Please do check out these pictures to see the Aviation Authority's suggestions for the allowable "Friday OOTD'.