If you could design your PERFECT scrub what would it look like!

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    Scratchy Fabric ? check. Not enough pockets ? check. Horrible fit? check. Prints, colors, and styles that make you feel and look like a beached whale ? check.

    IF YOU COULD DESIGN YOUR PERFECCCCCCT SCRUB ..... WHAT WOULD IT LOOK LIKE!?

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    I'd like a scrub that was NOT v-neck, so i could lean forward without showing my cleavage, (then i won't have to wear cami's either, if neckline did not have deep dip in center front) One has to search around to find tops without a vee-neck.

    I like no iron fabrics, that are lightweight, but not sheer. The more % that is cotton, the better, imo.

    I like lots and lots of pockets.

    I myself dislike drawstring belts on pants, prefer elastic waistbands.

    As someone with long legs, i kind of wish it was easier to find pants that had long legs, without also having a long seat. If i get the "tall" pants--which are long enough for my legs, then the seat hangs way down too low, too. Looks hilarious. The way 'real' clothes or jeans often have inseam lengths, it'd be nice if there were at least a few styles that had inseam-length-choices among uniforms, too.
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    Would anyone pay a bit more for a scrub that was made in the US ?


    Quote from remington210
    Scratchy Fabric ? check. Not enough pockets ? check. Horrible fit? check. Prints, colors, and styles that make you feel and look like a beached whale ? check.

    IF YOU COULD DESIGN YOUR PERFECCCCCCT SCRUB ..... WHAT WOULD IT LOOK LIKE!?

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    I would like for scrub manufacturers to realize that there is a difference between 'petite' and 'short'. I am SHORT, my legs are SHORT. I am not 'TINY', only short. So give me a pair of pants that are comfortable, in my size but have an inseam less than 29 inches. Please.

    And hemming them up is not always an option - flare leg pants that start the 'flare' just above the ankle are dorky-looking. I may be 55+, but I am NOT a dork!
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    Quote from Jean Marie46514
    I'd like a scrub that was NOT v-neck, so i could lean forward without showing my cleavage, (then i won't have to wear cami's either, if neckline did not have deep dip in center front) One has to search around to find tops without a vee-neck.

    I like no iron fabrics, that are lightweight, but not sheer. The more % that is cotton, the better, imo.

    I like lots and lots of pockets.

    I myself dislike drawstring belts on pants, prefer elastic waistbands.

    As someone with long legs, i kind of wish it was easier to find pants that had long legs, without also having a long seat. If i get the "tall" pants--which are long enough for my legs, then the seat hangs way down too low, too. Looks hilarious. The way 'real' clothes or jeans often have inseam lengths, it'd be nice if there were at least a few styles that had inseam-length-choices among uniforms, too.
    I second this for us with long legs. It's either wear high waters or baggy "seats". No happy medium
    somenurse likes this.


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