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Friday, November 17, 2017

Adding Details To Your Scrubs

Just because you have to wear scrubs to work doesn't mean that you can't look stylish while you're in them. There are quite a few ways that the scrubs that you wear can flatter your appearance so that you look professional and friendly while you're helping patients or performing other tasks. You can click here for pictures and other details about the types of scrub designs that are available and how you can add accessories to enhance your look.

When you're looking for scrubs to purchase, you need to find a set that complements your body. Don't get scrubs that are too loose because they could fall while you're moving around during the day. However, you shouldn't get scrubs that are too tight on your body because it will usually be uncomfortable to move around. Tight scrubs can also be too revealing, which isn't a professional look for the healthcare industry or other fields that you work in, such as a daycare. Try on a few different scrub styles, such as tops with a V-neck or pants with a drawstring, to get the best fit for your body that will allow you to be comfortable while working.

Find out if it's alright with your employer to add accessories to your scrubs. You could decorate your stethoscope or wear a headpiece that keeps your hair in place while you're working. Some of the accessories that you can add could enhance the safety for yourself and the people you work with while other accessories are worn just to enhance the look of your wardrobe.

If you have tattoos or piercings, they are sometimes frowned upon in a workplace where you wear scrubs. You can wear a lab coat over your scrubs to hide your tattoos. Remove any jewelry except for a pair of earrings as long as they are suitable for the job. If you don't want to wear a lab coat, then wear a shirt with long sleeves under your scrub top to hide your tattoos. Your shoes complete your wardrobe. You can find comfortable shoes to wear with scrubs that provide the support you need for being on your feet all day that are decorative as well, such as bright colors or patterns.

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