Scrubs Make Me Crazy (long rant) - page 4
Iím 24. Iím 5í5Ē Ė 44-35-44. No shrinking violet, but not a bruiser, either. I live in skinny jeans and fitted tops and I like looking remotely ďfemaleĒ when I step out of the house. Normally Iím pretty laid back. ... Read More
- 1Mar 25, '11 by redhead_NURSE98!Quote from cgravierWow, someone could just as easily tell you to eat a sandwich...but they're probably not that rudeinteresting thread. You really should 1. do more cardio and 2. learn how to tailor.
Im a dude and I can work a sewing machine, its really not that hard. Im short and skinny (5'5" 130lbs 28"waist) so finding clothes that fit me has always been a problem (I often buy clothes from Japan or England because thier M is a US S (A US Small is a Japanese Large))
What I hate about scrubs are the cutesy patterns of cuddly bears or flower pots, or yellow snails...really?
anyway, find a good seamstress/tailor and they will be your best freind. Seriously you will end up naming your first child after them.
- 0Jul 25 by FunnyPants"Urbane. Also a heart-breaker, this one. They get the closest to Ďmoderní fit of all brands Iíve tried thus far. Unfortunately, theyíre clearly designed by non-medical professionals and thus have no pockets. My heart breaks when I find awesome-fitting Urbane pants with NO POCKETS ANYWHERE. Itís like a magic trick Ė guess where all the pockets have gone? And the catch is that they never existed in the first place. Sob."
I had the same sentiments about urbane pants today!! What in the heck am I going to put my damn flushes? Pockets are important!! Then I realized that perhaps unit clerks, medical assistants, etc may not have a need for too many (pant) pockets. my tid bit.