Scrubs chic – wear it with flair


From the Winter 2010 issue of Scrubs

Disney Scrubs

Chic. Modern. Cutting edge. These words perfectly describe the latest in Disney scrubs, which have come of age…beautifully.

Here for the new year are form-flattering silhouettes and lively, bold prints that mix easily with one another as well as with solids.

Check out the Big Minnies, left: Our favorite icon looks her very best in an artful pattern playfully mismatched with dots and anchored by the new neutral— red.

Be bold and pair with red pants. (Why not? Flexible stretch-knit side panels make comfort the bottom line, and comfort and confidence go hand in hand.)

Or, on shy days, try bottoms in basic black or white. Disney’s Big Minnie top, $23.

flower-powerFlower Power

Eco-consciousness meets fashion consciousness this winter in painterly floral prints (who said flowers are just for spring?) that make for a picture-perfect, put-together look.

Yes, you can mix them as long as their colors and scales are complementary.

Keep big, bold brights together; ditto soft watercolor pastels.

Of course, a top or bottom in one of the season’s hot solid colors can also pair beautifully with a botanical print, bringing a more modest touch of glamour to utilitarian workwear. We love the fashion-forward florals available from Cherokee, Peaches, Barco and the Studio B line.

zone-shoeStep Into Comfort

No wonder The Zone is one of the all-time best-selling shoes for nurses. It slips on easily, wears well and is oh-so-comfy.

“Nothing else sells,” says Robert Heller of The Scrub Shop in Casselberry, Fla. The Zone is walking the floors on its own!

Try on a pair for size—it’s like putting your feet to sleep in the best bed ever.

Available in black, white, chocolate with a tan outsole, ceil with a tan outsole and navy with a tan outsole. By Anywears, $30.

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This article—along with other great scrubs style tips (did you know that you can dress up your scrubs for off duty and on the town? Really!)—were first published in the 2010 Winter Edition of Scrubs Magazine, available at your local scrubs retailer. Find a retailer who carries Scrubs Magazine here.

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