Summer’s here so it’s time to put those winter scrubs away!
In celebration of the new season, we’ve picked out a few of our favorite summertime scrubs that will keep you looking and feeling cool all Summer long!
Sunglasses are an essential summertime accessory, so keep them with you at all times in the UA Sunmoji Royal Mock Wrap Print Scrub Top and the UA Hello Sunshine Black Princess Seam Print Scrub Top!
Our newest edition to the Butter-Soft STRETCH family comes in a Ceil hue that’s as blue as the ocean.
Get away with wearing flip flops to work in the UA Flip Flop Fuchsia Print Scrub Top!
The UA Flex Unisex V-Neck Scrub Top comes in a nice Turquoise color that compliments the season nicely.
We’d love to see your summertime looks! Use #adayinscrubs on Instagram to show us your Summer style or comment below!
Summer is officially here and we are starting to celebrate! Show off your patriotic style in one of our 4th of July themed scrub tops. We have a variety of prints and styles to help you find your perfect look.
The UA Land Of The Free Navy Mock Wrap is fashionable, trendy, and super patriotic. This top coordinates with any Butter-Soft scrub bottom in white, red, ceil, navy, or sand.
Or show your country some love this Independence Day with our UA Country Love Navy Jacket. This jacket coordinates with Best Buy scrubs in navy, black, white, royal, and red.
Our Fireworks Royal V-Neck Print Scrub Top has 2 large front pockets – perfect for holding ketchup and mustard for your own hot dogs while watching the epic annual Coney Island Hot Dog Eating Contest. Let the fireworks begin in the battle for the Mustard Belt! This top coordinates with Butter-Soft royal, blue lyre, white, black, turquoise, silver, red, and galaxy blue.
Prefer an accessory? Zoe + Chloe have these really sweet print scrub caps to mark the occasion – you can check them out here.
Shop now and add a little red, white, and BOOM to your holiday! Tell us about your favorite print in the comments and share your looks with us on Instagram, tag @uniformadvantage and #adayinscrubs!
In today’s overworked, frenzied society, stress is inexorable. We place value on status, physical health, and the amount of zero’s in our bank account, but we forget about something equally important: Mental Health.
Stress and its actuality have become a normative aspect of society. It’s something that lies ever so present in everyone’s lives, but dormant enough to be ignored until the wrong moment.
Mental illness took a very close friend of mine at a young age. Nobody knew the extent of his suffering until it was too late. I had never placed any credence in the fragility of mental health until that moment. We never asked, “How are you doing?”, and he never reached out to us.
Reach out to your loved ones. “How are you doing?” can have a greater impact than you think.
Self-care is equally as important as listening and looking out for your loved ones. Always remember to dedicate time to your own sanity with therapeutic activities. Mindfulness, relaxation, and communication are essential to your personal mental health.
- Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S.—43.8 million, or 18.5%—experiences mental illness in a given year.
- Approximately 1 in 5 youth aged 13–18 (21.4%) experiences a severe mental disorder at some point during their life. For children aged 8–15, the estimate is 13%.
- Mood disorders, including major depression, dysthymic disorder and bipolar disorder, are the third most common causes of hospitalization in the U.S. for both youth and adults aged 18–44.
- Over one-third (37%) of students with a mental health condition age 14–21 and older are served by special education drop out—the highest dropout rate of any disability group.
- More than 90% of children who die by suicide have a mental health condition.
How can you help?
- Read about it. Inform yourself about mental illness and suicide.
- Talk about it. Talk to loved ones, friends, those close to you. Ask them how they are doing.
- Volunteer in your community – donate your time to others. Acts of kindness can boost your own mental health.
- Wear green and recognize the green ribbon.
- Always listen.