While you are thinking about colors and styles, your next step is to think about what you are willing to spend. Although scrubs are fairly simple, usually a poly-cotton blend, and not very fashionable, you may want to consider raising the bar. Take a look at blue sky scrubs. They have taken medical scrubs up a notch, making the scrub pants boot-cut, low-rise, with fancy stitching, and the best material available. Their scrub tops are A-line and tapered to slim the waist where other scrubs fail. blue sky scrubs are not discount scrubs, they are not cheap scrubs, and they are definitely worth the few extra dollars. You would spend $50-$100 on a pair of jeans...so why not spend $60 on a set of scrubs that will make you feel great about yourself while you are at work? Do you really think that those dreaded 'one size fits most' scrubs make you look and feel your absolute best? And isn't it important to feel your best when caring for your patients?
We have now pinned down color, style, and possibly manufacturer. While we are on the topic of manufacturing, it might be a good idea to find out from where your scrubs are coming. Because the economy has slumped (and even when it hasn't), you may want to consider buying only products that are made in the USA. You are not only getting the best quality nursing scrubs available, but you are also, in a sense, helping out a fellow American. The people behind the scenes of American-based companies are hoping that you will love their scrubs.
We are now ready to shop for medical scrubs online! Here is where it gets tricky. There are so many companies reaching out for YOU. Keep in mind the three important things: color and style, spending budget, where the scrubs are made. Do a search for medical scrubs, nursing scrubs, or scrubs. Visit a few sites, take a look at the pictures, peek at the prices, and read the "About Us" pages. Keep yo
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