Thursday, May 26, 2011

Make Scrubs Fashionable

It uses to be that if you are a nurse, doctor or in the medical field in general you were stuck with bland unflattering uniforms. Then Blue Sky Scrubs burst onto the scene offering fashionable nursing uniforms with many great colors. You also get scrub pants with back pockets with fashionable stitching and boot-cut to flare-leg. Don’t forget about the flattering tapered waste that gives you shape unlike scrubs of the past. There is a color and style that will fit any personality.

I was looking at the Blue Sky Scrubs website in the women’s nursing scrub top section and I was amazed by all the different colors available. I counted 19 different colors from crimson wine to olive green and fashionable stitching on the front pocket. And did I mention the scrub hats made form high quality cotton in over 100 different patterns and designs available like Stratford Paisley Poppy and the wild Sienna Safari Pony. That gives you virtually unlimited varieties to pair with your scrubs to make your own fashion statement.

Being fashionable isn’t just for women; men medical scrubs come in multiple colors that are long enough to tuck in or wear out. The scrub pant comes in low-rise with a comfortable soft, fabric that is conveniently wrinkle-resistant. They differ from the women's due to the one back pocket and white tie in the front. Men get to choose from 4 fashionable colors that they can also pair with their own medical scrub hat.

If you need scrubs you better check out Blue Sky Scrubs for all you medical scrub needs. Medicine doesn’t have to be boring, take your medical career fashion to another level with Blue Sky Scrubs.

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