These tops actually tend to have a high-cut neckline. Some of the V-neck styles even feature a built-in “modesty panel” to prevent gaping (of the clothing and the mouths of any guys in the room). But the styles do draw the eye with fashion-forward details like pin tucks, pleats, piping and peekaboo cutouts. Topstitching is the norm and asymmetry is “in.” At the same time, practicality isn’t sacrificed for aesthetics. These tops and pants still feature plenty of pockets to hold all the items you need for your daily work as a nurse.
These scrubs are available in more than just your standard ceil, navy and white. In fact, if there’s a hot hue for the season, you can usually find it in a junior fit style. Even the names of the colors give off a hip vibe. Blue Wave will help you stay cool, while Nu-Grape can mean a whole “Nu” look for your wardrobe. We’re not sure exactly what the difference is between Persimmon Orange and Orange Sunset, but both shades are very on-trend for this year.
Have you tried junior fit scrubs? What do you think of the features of this newer style? Let us know in the comments section.
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