& Yes, I’ve been researching how to find REAL Hooters tights for you guys. Here is the online description for these tights: “The ‘original’ Tamara Calendar Girl tights with feet (before Tamara Hosiery introduced the first footless Hooters Girl tights), designed to create perfect looking legs.
TikTok user @kenzjee, a Hooters employee, has revealed how she and her colleagues are required to buy their tights to wear under those iconic orange uniform shorts.
The ladies who serve customers at Hooters all have to look a certain way at work. According to ihateworkinginretail.ooid.com they all have to wear tights. Another interesting fact is that they have to keep their hair down which means they don’t have to wear ponytails while on the clock.
The tights are categorized under buttons labeled “tan” in different sizes. The tights cost $5 each and she says her employer can’t provide them to employees.
Hooters’ tattoo policy, which previously prohibited all tattoos from being displayed, has recently been relaxed, according to Megan. However, she said that neck and face tattoos are still not allowed.
Know your customers.
Unlike other restaurant chains, Hooters encourages waitresses to have a personal relationship with their customers. Talk to them and give them personal attention.
A: Once inside, you’re fine. But in winter, all you have to do is wear warm clothes to work and change once you get there. You wear the same uniform every day of the year: tank top, shorts, tights and socks.
Contrary to popular belief, Hooters does not (as far as I know) weight limit or similar appearance requirements to work as a Hooters Girl bartender or waitress.