This post is sponsored by Cherokee Uniforms.

Katie Duke considers it “the biggest accomplishment in my entire life,” and looking at her new line of scrubs, we can see why.

Scrubs Magazine was lucky enough to get a preview of the Katie Duke x Cherokee Collection, designed in collaboration with the influential nurse practitioner. It’s launching today, and we’re here to give you a glimpse of these six power pieces.

Because fit and comfort are key for any healthcare professional, Katie chose to make her scrubs with Cherokee’s signature iFlex fabric, which offers four-way stretch and moisture wicking properties.

Available in sizes XXS to 3XL, the jacket, pants, and scrub tops are designed to fit and flatter a wide range of body types. “I wanted women of all shapes and sizes to be able to see themselves wearing these scrubs,” says Duke.

The Katie Duke black bomber jacket has contrasting red and blue accents, and a knit elastic waistband, collar, and cuffs. It also sports handy zipper pockets and a bungee ID badge loop. There’s also a matching moto-inspired zip neck top, with two welt pockets and knit side panels for added comfort and fit.

The collection offers two pants options: a mid-rise moderate flare leg pant in black with red and blue trim, and a mid-rise tapered leg jogger with rib knit cuffs available in black, navy, pewter, royal blue, and heather grey. For those who prefer a v-neck top, Katie’s got a nice one, which has a snap front with hidden ribbon detail and three perfectly-placed pockets, in the same five core colors.


Katie Duke built her brand on female empowerment, and her collection was designed to send that message — literally. The Katie Duke underscrub knit tee, in white or black, features the message “Empowered Women Empower Women” screen-printed across the front. And on the sporty striped drawstring of her jogger pant, another inspirational message can be found.

Ready to slip into something empowering? You can find the Katie Duke x Cherokee Collection at your favorite scrubs store, or online at infinityscrubs.com/katieduke.


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