tucking scrub pants in shoes

  1. 0 sup dudes n dudettes,

    the nursing school struggle is real. so much reading to do, but i'm trying to stay positive n picture what it'll be like to finally be an rn.

    anyway, got a practical coming up soon n i'm planning on tucking my scrub pants into my shoes. i'm prob gonna do it regardless of what y'all say (lol), but i'm curious as to what your opinions are on the subject.

    study hard. peace.
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  3. Visit  dudemursebrah2b profile page

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    From 'Ontario'; Joined Sep '13; Posts: 14; Likes: 6.

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  4. Visit  Marsha238612 profile page
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    Uh? Tucking pants inside shoes? What is the purpose of that?

    Just curious.
  5. Visit  dudemursebrah2b profile page
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    well the shoes that i got are hi-tops, so the natural thing for me to do would be to tuck them scrubs in. simply put, i guess it's just a form of self stylespression.
    bluesky94 and youngheartoldhead like this.
  6. Visit  sissiesmama profile page
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    Quote from martina238612
    Uh? Tucking pants inside shoes? What is the purpose of that?

    Just curious.
    What???? I'm a little curious too.

    Anne, RNC
  7. Visit  Pink Magnolia profile page
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    I prefer to wear mine out not tucked
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  8. Visit  dudemursebrah2b profile page
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    lol. thanks for the responses. this site is quite interesting, but i need to finish my readings. looking forward to future dialogue. peace.
  9. Visit  lindseylpn profile page
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    You could get the old type scrubs we used to wear with the stretchy like cuff things (I'm awful at explaining things) at the bottom of the leg. They could easily be stuffed into the shoes and wouldn't look so weird, lol.
    Hygiene Queen and loriangel14 like this.
  10. Visit  SopranoKris profile page
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    Just be prepared for your clinical instructor to tell you to untuck them. Regardless of your personal style, you have to dress appropriately, in accordance with the dress code. I'm not saying it's definitely going to happen, but it is certainly likely.
    DawnJ, md/vaRN, OCNRN63, and 12 others like this.
  11. Visit  203bravo profile page
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    agree with Sporanokids --- would never fly at my school.
    HM-8404, SopranoKris, and loriangel14 like this.
  12. Visit  A&Ox6 profile page
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    My school wouldn't even allow hi tops. So I guess a school that allows hi tops might be okay with tucking them in. If you don't know that they definitely allow hi tops, I would leave them untucked
    priorities2 and OCNRN63 like this.
  13. Visit  dudemursebrah2b profile page
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    hmm. thanks for the input, ppl. well if they tell me to untuck them there's not much i can do about it. hopefully the real world work environment is more lenient..
  14. Visit  HouTx profile page
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    Don't count on more relaxed dress codes in the 'real world'. Hospitals are very focused on customer service, and patients/families have a pretty specific idea of how they want nurses to look - LOL. Anything out of the ordinary will probably not be allowed because of the potentially negative impact on customer satisfaction.

    Health care is not the ideal working environment for anyone who feels the need to express their individuality by way of their wardrobe or appearance . . . just sayin'
    md/vaRN, OCNRN63, Irish_Mist, and 4 others like this.
  15. Visit  loriangel14 profile page
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    Work or school , you will likely get told to untuck.


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