Let’s be real: most scrubs look like pajamas. And even more unfortunate, they are almost never as comfortable as a nice set of pjs. Most likely, your scrubs resemble the uniform that prisoners wear, but in a shade of blue or black rather than the infamous orange jumpsuit.
For women working in a medical profession, finding a set of scrubs that gives you the coverage you need is an additional challenge. Since most scrubs are unisex, they tend to be boxy, shapeless, and ill-fitting for a woman’s body: a deep v-neck scrub tops that exposes you every time you bend over, yet isn’t long enough to keep from riding up in the back. When you lift your arms, the sleeves gape open, again exposing you from the side.
The good news is that you don’t need to settle for these manly scrub tops anymore. Medelita has designed a scrub top specifically for women, one that is both flattering and functional.
Here are some of the main features of the Medelita Modern Fit Women’s Scrub Top:
Raised neckline so that you aren’t exposed
Darted at the bust so that it fits your shape and curves
Medical professionals practically live in their scrubs and beyond doubt, deserve the best. But what makes the best scrubs ? What is beyond shapeless unisex scrubs ? What is beyond low quality fabric and poor design ? Does it mean that the best scrubs are beyond an affordable price ? There’s a great article on Medelita site that answers these questions and talks about attributes of the best scrubs at minimum expectations:
Comply with whatever color requirements have been established for the workplace.
Conform to the body in a manner that is not inappropriately revealing, especially the neckline.
Launder well enough that they don’t require ironing.
Be sufficiently durable that the pockets don’t tear and the pant legs don’t fray for at least 3 months.
Be comfortable against the skin and resist pilling or fading for at least 3 months.
The one question remains unanswered. With higher quality fabric and use of innovative technologies that make scrubs fade resistant, wrinkle resistant and stain resistant, costs are rising significantly. How much are YOU prepared to pay for the scrubs? Some of the highest
quality and higher priced scrubs are made by Medelita. At $42 for women’s scrub top and $44 for men’s scrub top they seem to flying of the shelves fast, so maybe there is market for professional medical scrubs beyond $50 price point after all?
Discover women’s scrubs designed by a physician assistant who wanted to create better fitting, feminine scrubs, comfortable for all day wear. They are called Medelita scrubs and are known for superior fabric quality, flattering cut and precise fit with specific sizing ranging from 00 to size 16.
What makes Medelita (www.medelita.com) women’s scrubs so special is the technology behind the super soft, durable fabric that doesn’t wrinkle, shrink, pill or fade, easy to care for and looks brand new even after numerous washes. If you are looking for doctor scrubs, physician scrubs or dental scrubs, Medelita makes designer scrub tops and nursing scrub pants for medical professionals.
Reviews for Medelita Women’s Scrubs.
“These scrubs are extremely comfortable and easy to care for. As a PA-C in orthopaedics, I have to kneel when examining or casting lower extremities. The style is cut for a women’s curves so they move with the body instead of tugging and bunching. It makes me wonder how I was able to tolerate unisex scrubs for so long. They also wash up well after plaster spatters or the occasional bodily fluid or betadine from a procedure. Oil stains vanish when rubbed with a napkin! I think the sizing runs a little large, so if your measurements are on the border line you may want to size down.” – Briana, PA-C
“I have just received my clinician scrubs and the fit is just great. I’m a clinical pharmacist and my department just changed their uniform color from navy blue to khaki but I’m still keeping my new Medelita scrubs anyway since they fit so well. They are really worth the money.” – Lourdes, PharmD