Quick Glance at the Changing Trends in Nursing Scrub

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By: Nitin Ajwani (Guest Blogger)

Bishops Conference of Scotland Second Annual White Mass, at St Andrew's Cathedral Glasgow Sunday 15th February 2009.

image: Bishops Conference of Scotland Second Annual White Mass, at St Andrew's Cathedral Glasgow.

Today many health specialists, especially nurses, are featured with a solitary workwear throughout the medical wards in the hospitals and various clinics. In the beginning of 80′s, the nurse’s scrubs were almost always simple whiten dress.

Previously, a nurses dress code may have been the standard apparel of white top, skirt and cap. This type of dress was particularly common to many health professionals before the 1990′s. Currently, many dress in the white dress and cap and jump into a world of make-believe nursing on Halloween.

Over the 90′s many nurses begun to adopt scrubs. The trend caught on, and quite a few of nurses began to prefer to wear nursing and medical scrubs rather than old traditional white, starched attire.

With the changing trends, many medical doctors and  nurses prefer to wear scrubs as the due to their increased comfort and possibly to look more professional.

Scrubs offer advantages in comfort, convenience and supply. In addition to the fact that they are easily to clean, the variety of colors and styles permits nurses and other healthcare professionals to be individuals and express themselves.

 

A stark contrast to the whites of nurses past

Many nurses’ scrubs could even be considered stylish or trendy, and consequently, nurses enjoy wearing them. These days nurses uniforms have the ability to customize their wardrobe with a variety of patterns, colors and styles.

The contributions of many different companies yield a wide selection of scrubs in vivid colors, and patterns that stand out amongst the crowd. The ability to practice nursing and make a fashion statement can be combined.

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2 comments
Emily Tarantini
Emily Tarantini

Your blog is awesome! My sister is in the field and would love this I am gonna tell her about it :)

The Nerdy Nurse
The Nerdy Nurse

Thank you! This is actually a guest blogger so you didn't even get a dose of the real nerd!