Nurses, doctors and health care professionals who are required to wear scrubs have a good idea of what works and does not work for them in the regulation attire. The "one-size-fits-all" approach to hospital issued scrubs just does not cut it sometimes, you know?
Do you relate to any of these statements?
You need a larger pocket for your stethoscope.
You won’t wear scrubs with less than two shirt pockets.
You like lots of pockets on the pants like cargo pants.
You can’t stand pockets on the pants because they pull the pants down.
You want a longer scrub top to cover your hips & "thangs" better.
You work so hard your side seams are starting to burst.
You need something shorter/longer because of your height.
You need a fuller cut in the bust, but you don’t want to look like you are wearing a tent at the waist.
OK, OK, OK….. You get the idea. We all have our preferences. So, what to do?
Vogue Fabrics is now carrying Medical Scrub Fabric.
Sold by the yard, and also by the bolt at a discounted price. Yes! Several popular hospital colors in a solid polyester/cotton blend that is slightly heavier than the regular fabric store broadcloth. And it holds up over repeated washes without needing as much ironing as the standard issue scrubs.
This fabric can also be used for bedding, martial arts uniforms, and the black is great for ninjas. Just sayin’. We are talking an all purpose fabric.
65% Polyester, 35% Cotton