Specializes in Labor and Delivery.
Where did you get your scrubs, and are they comfortable?
Aug 16, 2005
Any ideas on non-tapered (tapered scrubs are so unflattering) TALL length scrubs for women??? The longest inseam I've found is 32". I am looking for a 34" inseam.
So sorry. There is no s in the web address. This should work now. Brain cramp!!! :rotfl:
Specializes in Pediatric ICU.
Good luck. I found mine at a uniform outlet store here in Phoenix. There were very few "talls" to choose from. I really like the "Dickies" style but unfortunately there were no talls in stock but they do have them--you just have to order them.
I purchased a drawstring pair and an elastic waist pair. Personally, neither one is comfortable nor flattering.
Hey I buy most of my scrubs from Mark's Work Warehouse or Walmart
I love the dickies flare leg scrubs in tall. They do shrink a little when you dry them so I let mine air dry. They are also very soft and comfortable.
Specializes in cardiac/critical care/ informatics.
My favorite that hasn't been out for long is Cherokee brand Micro silk, they are very comfortable, no ironing, in fact can leave in dryer for days and won't need ironing. aprox 17-18 dollars. Love em won't wear anything else.
What about for Guys?
casi, ASN, RN
Specializes in LTC.
I have Life Uniform (http://www.lifeuniform.com) near my house so I go there. Otherwise I am a Wal-Mart girl.
Also a couple of places I have ran across:
I like upscalescrubs.com
Variety of styles, fabrics, and sizes.
A bit pricey, but I like the way they fit.
I usually go to Life Uniform (http://www.lifeuniform.com). I like their scrubs ok...they usually have some decent sales & I always check out their clearance racks.
My favorite scrubs are from Barco...I got them at another local store called "Uniforms Etc" a couple years ago. They're really soft & comfy.
Thanks for all the great info and websites!! I thought it best to ask aroud before investing $$ in scrubs that aren't comfortable.
Specializes in NICU.
I am in the same boat as you. The longest scrub I have found is crest men's (32.5" inseam). I bought some of the women's talls from crest, and if I wear them low on my hips they are okay. But then I have a saggy butt
I have resorted to purchasing a sewing pattern. That way I can make the scrubs as long as I need them. :wink2:
Specializes in PCU, ICU, PACU.
I like Lydias. http://www.lydiasuniform.com She has the new Cherokke pants with the boxer waist band and they are super comfortable.
Thanks for all the tips on where to find talls! I definitely appreciate it. Tapered pants make me look like an inverted triangle.
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