valliloves 118 Posts Nov 16, 2014 OK. This is great, thank you very much. It helps to have very direct responses. I am asking so that I know what to do when I go to work after school. I do have to wear red scrub pants and a white top. It is required. I did go to a uniform store. Unfortunately, there were only a few brands that had the red pants I am required to wear so I could only try on a few. I did feel very comfortable in the Koi Lindsey pant--range of motion wise. I have a long torso as well and I don't feel comfortable unless a top covers my bottom while in a working environment. I really felt comfortable in this Grey's Anatomy 2 pocket vneck top--range of motion and soft fabric. Also, it is 26" in length which covers my bottom. It's just that I was unsure because the top looked basically like a tshirt only it has pockets in the front on the bottom. I just wanted to make sure I was not going for "fashion" over comfort/professionalism. Aside from how comfortable I felt, I do not think that I felt professional when I looked in the mirror, but maybe that is because I'm used to M-F 9-5 office attire :) I will also have to wear a shirt under my scrub top because of my chest. That's a great idea, thanks! As far as the draw strings, if the top doesn't go down far enough, the draw string can be seen. Should I just tuck it inside or does it matter?And about the nurse in the above picture not wearing socks with her shoes, I was more speaking specifically about her scrubs.