Easy ways to make scrubs your own
If your workplace insists on solid colored scrubs, there’s still a way to make your uniform collection more stylish and fun.
With just a few simple appliqués (for just a few dollars!) on your scrubs and accessories, you’ll be wearing scrubs that are uniquely yours.
From sports team logos to cartoon characters, there’s a wide array of iron-on patches for every personality. There’s no need to know how to sew. Just follow the directions on the package and iron them onto your uniform in minutes.
Tip: Use them on solid-color uniforms so the patches will stand out.
Here are some ideas:
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Katie Sparks has been a renowned television show costume designer for 22 years. Her credits include Just Shoot Me and Arrested Development. She received a nomination from the Costume Designers Guild for excellent costume design for Arrested Development. Katie writes, "For the last year and a half, I have been freelance writing for the Palisades Post. I loved the TV business, but writing gives me the flexibility I need to raise my daughter. Writing for the Post has been great, but I haven’t been able to use my expertise in fashion. Writing for Scrubs gives me the opportunity to write and give fashion tips! A perfect combo."
By Katie Sparks