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Our 5 favorite black scrubs tops


Black is a classic clothing color choice for a reason: It matches everything, looks great on and is super slimming. Plus, it’s pretty easy to keep clean! Nursing is a messy job, but black scrubs help you keep the stains masked (at least until you’re off shift and can get ’em in the wash!).
The dark hue can be found in a host of scrubs styles and pairs well with any color of pants. If you’re in the market for a flattering black scrubs top, we’ve rounded up our five favorites styles. Let’s go shopping!

Jr. Fit Round Neck Embroidered Top in Black: This Dickies junior fit round neck top is flattering, classic and features gorgeous embroidery down the front. It also features two front patch pockets, side vents and back elastic to add shape.

“Romance” Mock Wrap Top in BlackThis on-trend HeartSoul mock wrap top features back smocking and a pencil-stitched patch pocket. The interior cell phone pocket has the message, “Ring Ring, Hello..?” in gold metallic. Adorable! It’s finished off with double-needle topstitching, printed back-neck binding and a gold heart-shaped charm.

Jr. Fit Mock Wrap Top in BlackSimply can’t stand to go all black? Jazz it up a bit with this fun play on a black scrubs top. The Dickies junior fit mock wrap top has contrast print binding along the neck, waistband and on the bottom wrap seam, along with two patch pockets, bust darts, back elastic and side vents.

Crossover V-Neck Pin-Tuck Top in BlackAnother unique scrubs top, this asymmetrical V-neck features multiple pin-tucks, tonal snaps and zig zag stitching. Release darts at back waist, front curved patch pockets and side vents finish off the look.

“Pitter-Pat” Shaped V-Neck Top in BlackLike your look no muss, no fuss? This black HeartSoul v-neck scrubs top is your perfect match. We love the signature princess-seamed V with double-needle top-stitched rounded patch pockets. It also features roomy side vents and an innovative headphone cord system.

In the comments below, tell us all about your favorite black scrubs tops, where you got them and how your hospital’s scrubs policies have affected your scrubs choices.

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