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6 scrubs tops to help you celebrate the holiday season


The holidays will be here before you know it,  and ’tis the season to be jolly, so it’s time to break out those festive scrubs tops! Need some new options? We’ve rounded up six tops we love for the 2014 holiday season.



Round-Neck Top in “Happy Holidays Deer”: Keep your holiday celebration merry and bright with this Cherokee “Happy Holidays” scrubs top (worn here by Kati Kleber and Marina Dedivanovic!). This festive top has several pockets to hold all of your gear and side vents for an extra comfy fit that’ll stand up to those 12-hour shifts.



V-Neck Top in “Cindy Lou’s Christmas”: Who doesn’t love the Grinch!? This striking V-neck top by Tooniforms features the scene from the classic Dr. Seuss story when the Grinch convinces Cindy Lou Who that he will “borrow” her tree and bring it right back. A great pick for a peds nurse!



V-Neck Top in “Rudolph’s Misfits”: This sweet “Rudolph” top by Tooniforms features a host of favorite holiday characters, including Santa and Yukon. It’s the perfect top to help bring holiday cheer to your patients! Plus, the V-neck makes for a super-flattering fit.



Round-Neck Top in “Warm and Fuzzy”: Keep “all warm and fuzzy inside” with this Tooniforms featuring a cozy Eeyore. This is a great choice for any nurse who wants to celebrate the winter season without referencing a specific holiday.



Jr. Fit Round-Neck Top in “Little Snow Buddies”: We love this adorable and whimsical Dickies Junior fit top featuring a little girl and her snowman friend. The top has a unique, eye-catching peekaboo neckline and four patch pockets for toting all of your (many!) essentials.



V-Neck Top in “Christmas Cuties”: If you want to go the traditional red and green route, this Dickies V-neck top fits the bill nicely! Displaying all of your favorite holiday treats, it has two front patch pockets for all of your gear and side vents that let you move, bend and stretch with ease all shift long.

Nurses, which top is your favorite? What do you wear for the holidays at work? Fill us in below in the comments section!

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