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Fashionable Scrubs Are Not an Oxymoron

By Guest Author On September 8, 2011 Under Improve Your Life, Improve Your Self Esteem

If you’ve ever worked a job that required a uniform, you know how wearing the same old thing every day gets old fast. If you’re in the nursing field, you may think that there’s no escaping the rut that many medical scrubs force you into. But thankfully, you’re wrong. The many manufacturers with their varied lines of scrubs for nursing professionals with all different styles and tastes make it possible for you to be stylish even while at the hospital. Even such old names as Barco scrubs have added real variety to their lines of product. All you need to do is recognize the need for a change and make the effort to find a retailer who sells scrubs with a little more pizzazz.

For this purpose, I like to shop on the web. Sources abound for inexpensive, fashionable scrubs in a variety of styles when you look on the web. It’s also easier to find your size. These days, you can buy medical scrubs in everything from petite to big and tall. You just need to know where to look. Search on Amazon, or the website I’ve linked to here. Browse and find the perfect outfit and then Google the brand. You’ll be styling in no time!

Baby Phat scrubs are my personal favorite for women at the moment. The designer is truly familiar with the female figure and designed apparel that fits a woman’s curves flatteringly. I also like the patterns and designs of the fabrics chosen. I love the jewel tones offered in particular. The embellishments on Baby Phat scrubs give them just the right final touch–some piping here, a flower sewn on there. The pants come in both petite and tall sizes.

Of course, you need to find your own favorites. I simply urge that you get out there and explore the varieties. You’ll be amazed by how much of an energy boost you’ll get from going to work in scrubs that look great on you.

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