Fall is flying by and before we know it Winter will be here. Introducing a new arrival that is bound to be your closet’s favorite no matter the season: Scrubs Reimagined by Designer Vera Bradley! See how to mix and match your outfits with this new luxurious collection and join us in store for our Vera Bradley Trunk Show events.

How to Wear It:

Vera Bradley Trunk Shows: 

October 24: Greendale, WI 1:00-5:00pm

October 25: Decatur, GA 1:00-5:00pm

October 26: Greenville, SC 12:00-4:00pm

Join us next week in our stores as we present the Spring 2018 Vera Bradley Healthcare Apparel Collection. The first 25 guests will receive a free gift, plus enjoy bites and sips, play games to win Vera Bradley prizes and receive a free gift with purchase while supply lasts!

Share how you wear your new Vera Bradley scrubs with us on Instagram or Facebook. Use #adayinscrubs or #uniformadvantage and make sure to tag us @uniformadvantage.

We love the month of October because it celebrates and raises awareness for so many causes that are very near and dear to our hearts – breast cancer, Down syndrome, and ADHD. Last week, we discussed our huge Breast Cancer Campaign. So, this week, we’d like to honor Down syndrome and ADHD awareness with some information and a few small ways we can all make a difference.



Down Syndrome

There are more than 400,000 in the United States alone living with the genetic condition, Down syndrome. The National Down Syndrome Society summarizes this awareness month the best, “During the month of October, we celebrate people with Down syndrome and make people aware of our abilities and accomplishments.  It’s not about celebrating disabilities, it’s about celebrating abilities.”

Ways to Make a Difference –

  1. Donate: The National Down Syndrome Society
  2. Raise Awareness, Join the Community & Walk: Buddy Walk®

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, better known as ADHD is a result of an imbalance of chemical messengers, or neurotransmitters, within the brain. Its primary symptoms are inattention, impulsiveness, and, sometimes, hyperactivity. CHADD, The National Resource on ADHD aims to use this month to “help improve the lives of the 17 million children and adults in the United State living with ADHD, their family members, teachers, and professionals working with them.”

Ways to Contribute –

  1. Donte: ADDA
  2. Volunteer the Right Way
  3. Share Your Story here.

Shop Our Awareness Scrubs.

Comment below and share with us how you’re making a difference for the causes that matter to you.

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which aims to spread awareness of this disease and also to work towards finding a cure.  Breast Cancer touches the lives of many people across the globe every year.  According to the American Cancer Society, there are approximately 255,180 new cases of breast cancer in the U.S. alone in 2017.

There are so ways to support the efforts being made to research a cause, reduce the rate of occurrence, and ideally, find a cure for Breast Cancer.  This year, we have a new way for you to support the cause: Wear your support. 

UA Butterfly Ribbons White Print Top

This top takes a new spin on the Pink Ribbon for a look that is both cute and classic!  It can be yours to rock this month for only $7.99.

Med Couture Scrubs Full Of Faith Print Top


Spread a message of Hope, Love, and Faith in the med Couture top. The best part?  It even has glitter on it.

koi Scrubs Breast Cancer Ribbon Top


If you are looking for a simpler look, this koi top is right up your alley!  You’ll look sporty and chic while spreading awareness to show support during the month of October.

Looking for another way to show your support?

Follow us for a cause! During the month of October UA will donate $1 for every new Instagram follower @uniformadvantage and Facebook Fan.

UA Headquarters is also participating in the Making Strides of Broward County walk in solidarity with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

If you’re looking to participate in a walk near you, or donate to help find a cure, please visit the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer website.

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