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You’ve probably seen this shade of pink anywhere and everywhere in the last few months. Coined “millennial pink”, this subdued hue is like magenta’s more fashion forward cousin. Some people love it and others hate it, but you can’t deny that this faded shade can be spotted everywhere nowadays.
If you want a trend that will transition perfectly into Summer, go for stripes and nauticals. Get that laid back resort style while you’re hard at work. At least you’ll look relaxed. Even if you’re trying to do 20 things at the same time, haven’t sat down in 6 hours, and haven’t taken a bathroom break all shift.
We all know someone that wears workout clothes all day, every day (and if you don’t, it’s probably you). Nurses are similar in that sometimes you find yourself in scrubs while running errands and being out and about. Trying finding scrubs with flexible material that’s also moisture wicking. These scrubs have all the benefits of comfy athletic wear so you won’t feel too bad running around in scrubs after your shift.
Coachella may be over (and let’s be real, most of us didn’t go) but that doesn’t mean you can take inspiration for your next pair of scrubs. Get those music festival vibes with floral and boho inspired pieces. You can also rock some trendy sunglasses when you leave your night shift. That way you can tell yourself you’re being stylish, not trying to block out the whole world on your way home.
More Options for Different Body Types
This isn’t so much a fashion trend, but a movement we’re really excited about. There’s no reason why you have to wear ill-fitting scrubs that are too baggy, tight, or unflattering. Nowadays you can find an outfit that looks great on YOU. It’s not about fitting into a mold, but rocking what you’ve got. Whether you’re plus-size, petite, tall, or anything in between, we’re hyped to see more scrub styles to fit various body types.
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