Mountain View Medical Supply

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Four Slimming Scrub Styles

Solid Color Slenderizer
Monochrome doesn’t have to mean black. Any rich color that gives definition to your outline will work. This mock wrap top from Cherokee's Workwear Core Stretch Collection is a good example. As a bonus, the style also addresses a common complaint that V-necks tend to gap and show too much cleavage. The front neckline is up a couple of inches. This means you don’t have to swelter with a T-shirt underneath to keep from accidentally flashing your coworkers or patients.

Shown Top Mock Wrap Workwear Stretch 4728 in Turquoise

Fitted Is Flattering

Too much fabric can make you look bigger than you are. A Nurse that stopped in our store says her scrubs look like a shapeless tent because she has a large bust and a small waist. One solution for this issue would be an empire waist top that offers shaping in the front instead of just in the back. Here is just one option to help flatter your shape. 

Top shown Cherokee Mock Wrap 2850C, Butterfly Fresco

Draw the Figure You Want

Contrast sides are a perfect type of detailing for giving your body the appearance of a different shape. Don’t have an hourglass waist? Your scrubs can bridge that gap with the right details. And we all know that the clothes make the woman! Here’s a Cherokee Flexibles top that creates a narrower silhouette with a contrast knit side panel.

Shown top is Scoopneck Flexibles 2983 in Happy Daisies

Try Tiny Prints

Loud prints with giant blooms are cheerful, but they can make you look like you’re taking up a lot of space. A smaller print gives your scrubs character without being overwhelming. This top from the Dickies collection combines five slimming features: darker colors, bust darts, a small print, a contoured cut and a basketweave neckline.

Shown top is a Dickies V-Neck 84754C in A World of Harmony

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