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I need to buy my first ever pair of scrubs this weekend :)

The thing is.. Im 5'11''... pushin 6'... And I cant stand pants that are too short!!

I may just end up buying a skirt instead if I cant find any, but to all the other tall women out there, where do you buy your scrubs? & what brand do you prefer?

I live in Arizona, and I know we have a huge scrub store in one of the malls, so I'll try there..

Thank you in advance!!

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I'm 5'8 and I'm pretty thin. I wear Dickie's Perfect Fit scrub pants which are available in tall. They look really good on me, I must say. But sometimes when I sit down they're still a bit short, so I'm not sure if they would still be too short on you even though they do have a longer than average length.

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norcalRNstudent has 1 years experience and specializes in ER.

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I'm not that tall (5'6"), but I find scrubs to often be short on me. I love urbane scrubs, the regular length fits me, but they do come in tall, which I believe has a 33" or 34" inseam.

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Try Cherokee workwear. I am 5'10 and love the workwear. They are not expensive, I think 10.99 for pants and 9.99 for tops. They have a lot of good colors,too.

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suzy253 is a RN and specializes in Telemetry/Med Surg.

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I'm 5'11" (pushing 6' as well ) and I buy Landau tall scrubs. Length is perfect.

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Lydia's Uniforms Pro Series - flares are $14.99. Good quality and fast shipping!

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Dolce specializes in Day Surgery, Agency, Cath Lab, LTC/Psych.

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I'm almost 5'9" and HATE having "high water" pants. Makes me feel like a kid outgrowing their hand-me-downs. The Landau drawstring pants in tall are perfect for me. They are a cotton/poly blend so they don't get that faded-out look that the dickies do after they have been washed a bunch.

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I need to buy my first ever pair of scrubs this weekend :)

The thing is.. Im 5'11''... pushin 6'... And I cant stand pants that are too short!!

I may just end up buying a skirt instead if I cant find any, but to all the other tall women out there, where do you buy your scrubs? & what brand do you prefer?

I live in Arizona, and I know we have a huge scrub store in one of the malls, so I'll try there..

Thank you in advance!!

I'm 5'7.

Will you all marry me! :D

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cherokee scrubs seem to be the longest, I get the tall flared ones. They are really long on me and I am your height.

I also do NOT dry them in the dryer as they tend to shrink after a few washes. I just dry them on a rack or hang them up.

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This thread reminds me of the MMPI question "I like tall women" :>>

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Dickies Extra tall is the only I have found that don't look like capris on me , I am 5'9" ish . They are worth the bit extra in price.

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Since I am tall, I have long arms as well as long legs, and we are required to have a lab coat for nursing school. Where do you find lab coats that do not have sleeves that are too short? Thanks!

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