Scrubs a Dub-Dub

February 27, 2011

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When I was young, my mom was in the hospital several times. It was kind of scary for a little kid– and the monster machines and people running around and those unfriendly, colorless uniforms didn’t help. Everything looked so stark and colorless. About the time I had my first child, nurses uniforms started to get colorful. I liked it a lot. The maternity ward of my hospital was AMAZING. They were fun, friendly, made me feel like I was part of their family. And they loved color. Their uniforms were adorable– pink bunnies, brightly colored rainbows, some even had sports insignias. I loved those ladies! I asked them if those garments were nurses uniforms, and they said yes. One lady said why get the bland uniforms when you can get the nicer ones? I think that’s so true, true with so many things. So if you’re a nurse and are sick and tired of the “medicine blue” shirts and pants, or you know a nurse who could use a brightly-patterned uniform, check out the site NursingUniforns.net! Yes, they have the traditional white lab coats, but they also have some very cool colorful uniforms. Check out the Tina Tunic Happy Daze, lol, wowsa! Prices are very affordable. Make some patient happy– add a touch of color. 😀

2 Responses to “Scrubs a Dub-Dub”

  1. Shawn Says:

    I am a RN who started my career when white uniforms were required. It was so nice when were allowed to wear colored uniforms. I think color gives a more relaxed and approachable feeling, unlike the sterile feeling of the starched whites!

  2. Rebecca Says:

    Thanks for your comment. I also think color makes it more relaxed. I was so cheered by the colorful uniforms of my nurses. I had never been in a hospital before, and the ladies put me at ease. It was a really nice time, despite the 22 hours of labor!