|Have you ever had a hard time finding medical scrubs in your size? Well, you’re not alone, welcome to the club! With the different scrub styles available; from mock wrap to empire waist scrub tops, it’s tough to figure out what size will look best and be comfortable at work. Uniform Advantage has taken your concerns and launched our brand new sizing chart, complete with measurements that complement the scrub items you’re shopping for!
Let’s say you want to buy your self a new scrub top (check out the new Fall Prints, they’re awfully cute!), try the empire waist since they are flattering to all body types.
Are you a medium, large or possibly – dare we say it, a small? We’ve taken the guess work out of the equation! On the product page, just click the size chart logo and find your measurement numbers. It’s as easy as that! With a bust and hip chart to ensure you’re measuring the correct portions of your body, you can go back to enjoying the online shopping experience!
This is not limited to scrub tops either; you also have these fabulous charts to find the right size in scrub pants, regardless of the pant style you’re searching for. In addition to the different scrub styles, we also provide this courtesy for name brand scrubs, including Landau, Peaches and Dickies to name a few.
So what are you waiting for? Check out the new Fall Prints Collection or enjoy great savings in the Sale Section.
Go online at Uniform Advantageand find the right size in nursing & medical scrubs at the right price, happy shopping!
WOW! – Fall is already fast approaching and it seems like the year has just begun. Well, not to worry because Uniform Advantage has already finished its fall medical scrubs line up and as a bonus, included a special holiday preview. So if you are on the mailing list (you did sign up, right?), you probably have one already! If not you can take a look at our scrubs catalog online, since we always publish it on the Site for your convenience. Along with over 136 new styles, we are proud to also carry top name Brands like Cherokee Mirca Silk and Dickies Black Label.
So what’s new for fall? We have a great selection of fabulous scrubs ready to help you begin the autumn festivities on a great note. To start off we have a new selection of spooky prints for Halloween. Our Halloween print scrubs come in many styles including our “Jack o Fun” 2 pocket tops, “Ghostly Humor” tops & warm ups, & “Spooky Fright Night” 2 pocket tops, along with matching surgical caps for men and women.
We also rolled out our Thanksgiving fashions. These Thanksgiving Print Scrubs include “Harvest Moon Sand” tops & warm ups, “Gobble Gobble” tops & warm ups, & “Happy Feast” tops and warm ups; also available in plus sizes; with matching surgical caps.
If you are in the mood for a more relaxed autumn feel, then we have a great new selection of autumn print scrubs. We have a very warm and friendly feeling “Rustic Leaves” style in tops & warm ups, an “Autumn Leaves” style also in tops & warm ups. We also have cheery “Festive Friends” Style & “Bountiful Harvest” styles that also come in plus sizes, and finally a “Walking Bear” style in both tops & warm ups.
For a more whimsical fashion feel you need to check out our Fall Deco Print Scrubs and Playful Patterns Scrubs. We have so many new styles that I could take up this post just listing them. In fact we have a huge selection of new fall solid color scrub tops and scrub pants that are absolutely stunning.
Finally, we have an incredible collection of new Holiday Print Scrubs. Choose from styles like “Christmas Village”, “Frosty Day”, “Red Holiday Lights“, “Winter Dream”, “Snowy Night”, “Sparkling Stockings”, & “Icy Giggles”, just to name a few.
We aim to please, so take some time, browse our selections, and find the medical scrubs that are perfect for your personality and taste.
For a great selection of medical scrubs, nursing uniforms, and medical shoes and accessories, please visit Uniform Advantage.com!
Uniforms today have become an essential tool in many professional fields, providing a sense of solidarity and authority in the workplace. They differentiate the patients from the employees and help the workplace maintain its feel of organization and cleanliness. In fact, uniforms have a long history dating back to early Roman history. By encouraging the practice of wearing uniforms, Roman leaders could easily identify their forces from those of the enemy or civilians. I think this also makes sense today. By having staff wear medical uniforms, they will provide a distinction to both patients and co-workers, allowing for a more identifiable means for efficient communication.
Having uniforms in the workplace can create a real sense of professionalism and set a good example for patients. They stimulate a sense of pride in being part of the group, & allow the staff to focus on their job, instead of fashion. Uniforms and scrubs help to keep the workplace staff standardized and will show that they are all working towards a common purpose. Uniforms are practical too. They will not only save the staff money on buying expensive work clothes, but also save them time in deciding what to wear for the work day.
What is it that medical uniforms provide that makes them so desirable? For the patient it may mean that they are being treated with a sense of importance, or knowing that they are going to get special attention. For staff it may mean a better image or a sense of a team environment. After all, we know from experience in our own daily lives that uniforms provide an image for us. This image is very important and the perception of this image often results in either profits or losses to the organization. Wearing nursing uniforms show patients a professional and organized staff that projects a sense of reliability and confidence; and that will stay with them long after they have gone.
What is your opinion about this? Do you enjoy wearing uniforms and scrubs? Does a uniform make you feel better about your job or worse about it? What do you think of the medical scrubs today? Does it make sense to have everyone dress exactly the same? Or would you prefer a uniform color scheme that allows for a mix, but still shows uniformity. We look forward to your comments.