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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

FASHION AND NURSING UNIFORMS.

A crisp white nurses uniform is not only soft on the eyes, it is also an absolute necessity in said profession. In my opinion, white spells super clean, pure, flawless and spotless. Now if the medical official treating you is dressed in a crisp white and super clean uniform, peace of mind will be the silent, subconscious impression in the back of your mind, even if you are at that particular moment not really up to paying attention to any specific detail.

From the medical official's point of view, professionalism, comfort and style are of utmost importance, as they spend up to 12 hours a day, and sometimes even more, in their uniform. Now the days when a nurses uniform looked like a rained out picnic are fortunately over. NursingUniforms.net is a handy site where you can buy yourself some dressy and fashionable Scrub Sets that will have you stand out in any crowd and leave your patient with the much needed peace of mind! Their uniforms are fashionable, stylish and comfortable, yet with a professional look.

Style inspiration, yet extremely professional, an excellent example of what their uniform look like.


Something completely different! Fashionable, yet cool, leaving you with an air of sassy confidence. I love the sleeveless dress with the jacket. Do I detect a hint of sex appeal? Most definitely!



Best of all, if you are running on a tight budget, their uniforms are very affordable, and also absolutely durable, which I am sure you will agree, are both necessities.

Finding scrub tops that are colorful, stylish, fashionable and looks professional has never been this easy. At NursingUniforms.net you will find an abundance of color, styles and shapes to chose from. Styles and color that will completely individualize you, yet will last a lifetime. Okay, almost, well, you know what I mean, with absolute affordability.

White again, a stunning looking scrub top, yet oozing professionalism. I think it is refreshing that it does not look like a typical scrub top at all. What do you think?



How do you feel about this one, I love the figure hugging, nipped in waist, it fits this lady perfectly and adds femininity. Definitely a cut above the rest.




This is one of my favorites, I love the color, it is fashionable, stylish and looks comfortable and cool. Best part is, this y0ung lady could easily have been on her way to the mall for shopping, and no one the wiser.

So, if you consider buying new nursing attire and you do not wish to lose an arm or a leg in the buying process, mosey over to NursingUniforms.net and select a few sets from their "showroom". I'd love to hear your opinion on this, so please, feel free to air your view! Yes, even if you are not in the medical profession. :)

Take care everyone.

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7 comments:

Nuheila said...

Happy New Year to you and your lovely family!!!



Nuheila

janettaylor said...

What an interesting post, Colin!

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Tina T said...

These are very fashionable uniforms. These days many of the uniforms look they are one step above pajamas, which is not an attractive look.

I have to admit though, the ladies in the skirts are certainly not in footwear that is designed to spend 10 to 12 hours on your feet. Probably why so many wear pants instead. There's nothing stranger looking than a skirt or dress paired with "practical shoes."

Happy New Year to you and your family! Wishing all of you health, happiness and prosperity this year and for years to come.

Princess Andy said...

as a worker in a health care environment, i am required to wear scrubs at work.

after a while, the same plain blah gets to you...and even i (I LOVE THE COLOR BLACK EVERYTHING) have branched out to include more fashionable attire.

although i do work in a jail, so i can't go too "sexay;)".

that would be ew.

~Frankie~ said...

Nice post Colin! I wish u and your wife and family a very Happy New Year
Take care

Steve Bossenberger said...

Nice post. As to me, I am partial to those nurse uniforms you see ladies wearing during Halloween. LOL!!! Take care!