The latest nursing scrubs.. - page 3

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    Try posting the website for the custom scrubs. If not allowed, could you send it to me privately??

    I love a certain Grey's Anatomy top (the one with the diagonal slash). Every time I wear it people ask me at work if I have lost weight... So therefore, I have the same style in 5 different colors!
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    One of the perks of doing Peds is the scrubs! My all time favorite is my Tinkerbell top, but I do get many compliments on the Hello Kitty, Blues Clues, Thumper, and Aristocats tops as well.

    The kids definitely do notice when you wear one of their favorite characters n they are more than happy to point it out to you. It makes getting ready for work fun
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    I wear solid color scrubs but I usually go with different colors for the top and bottom. I am not a fan of all one color. I have one top with butterflies which I always get compliments on, probably because no one on my unit wears prints.
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    Quote from Code_VSA
    Try posting the website for the custom scrubs. If not allowed, could you send it to me privately??

    I love a certain Grey's Anatomy top (the one with the diagonal slash). Every time I wear it people ask me at work if I have lost weight... So therefore, I have the same style in 5 different colors!
    Can you then wear what you like colour wise?! If so do you have to buy your own?
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    I hate buying new black scrubs and realizing how grey the old ones have become.
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    I'm all about solids, I'll miss match top and bottoms like black and red, light blue dark blue but absolutely hate prints and will never be caught dead in them. On first day for my students I let them know if I ever see them in a print or pattern I have liberty to make fun of them forever and if they ever wear characters, we're a primary care office, I'll send them home. Characters are fine in Peds and my kiddo loves it at his peds office but I don't think my over 30y.o patients will appreciate a student wearing Betty Boop and drawing their blood! It's already enough that they look like they're still in high school. Also hate frumpy scrub wearers! :/. When it's two sizes to big or even worse two sizes to small and I can see your socks. I have to admit scrub shopping is difficult especially if your pear shaped like me (xs top, med bottoms), so try them before you by them peeps!
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    Scrub shopping?? Do you have to buy your own??
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    My hospital has a "professional image" policy where each job wears a certain color. I.E. nurses wear navy or white, RTs wear green, PCTs wear sandstone, environmental wear black, etc... It gets really boring after a while, but it's made our patient sat scores increase since it has decreased the confusion over who is who.
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    Currently working in a Continuing Care Retirement Community ... in the Adult Home aspect of such. Management requests we wear 'casual attire', khakis, no jeans, no spandex, put together well with blouses/tops, but nothing provocative; we can wear scrubs but no whites. I prefer to be comfortable and wear scrubs most of the time -- solid bottoms with print tops, usually blues, aquatic and/or nature prints. The residents love the tops I wear .... it's a great way to get the communication going and I love to see their smiles!

    We do have to purchase our own scrubs and do not receive a uniform allowance either. We are asked to remove the 'name brand tag' if it is displayed on the outside of the scrubs ...


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