Whenever we look at old photos of nurses, we see one major commonality among the shots: white! Both doctors and nurses used to always be outfitted in the clean color. Though all-white ensembles have gone the way of the nursing dress, we still love the crisp look of good white scrubs…especially around the holidays! If you’re in the market for a flattering white scrubs top, we’ve rounded up our five favorites styles. Let’s go shopping!
This feminine and sophisticated scrubs top has a junior fit and round neck, and features a tonal embroidery at the front shoulder, rounded patch pockets, back elastic and side vents. (Dickies.com)
This fun top is printed with “RN” all over it and is one of the newest additions over on Cherokee.com. The mock wrap top features front princess seams, front patch pockets, back princess seams and side vents.
Round neck tops are always super flattering, and we adore the floral embroidery and cut out design at the front yoke of this one! The top also features slight shirring at the center front, curved patch pockets, side vents, back yoke and a center back inverted pleat with button closure. (Cherokee.com)
This asymmetrical V-neck top has multiple pin-tucks, tonal snaps and zig zag stitching. We love the front curved patch pockets and the interesting cut on top! The top also features release darts at the back waist and side vents. (Cherokee.com)
This stylized V-neck scrubs top has criss-cross binding at the center front neck for a unique look. We also love the front princess seams that are covered with strapping. Also featured are two patch pockets (with an added inside instrument loop at the right pocket), double needle topstitching, back darts and side vents. (Cherokee.com)
In the comments below, tell us all about your favorite white scrubs tops, where you got them and how your hospital’s scrubs policies have impacted your scrubs choices!