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You wouldn’t be caught dead in Winnie the Pooh. Random butterflies all over your top is unthinkable. Just because you have to wear scrubs doesn’t mean you have to look like one. It is 2008 and scrubs have come a long way. Bringing a little fashion to the clinical side of things never hurt anyone (well, except acrylic nails, but that’s a whole different story. And don’t wear them). Perhaps they’re not runway material, but sporting up your scrubs for those busy days at the hospital takes away some of the drab in your attire and replaces it with some pizzazz.

Check out the following options and start updating your healthcare threads. Lydia’s Uniforms on lydiasuniforms.com “scrubs built upon fashion, function, and value” will start you off on the right foot.

The Urbane 3 Quarter Sleeve Contrast Piping Scrub Top: Seen here in steel grey with pearl pink piping. Other choices include: chocolate with aquabreeze, rose with tangelo, royal with parrot blue

The L.A. Rose 100 percent Cotton Floral Nouveau Sash Mock Wrap Scrub Top: A grey scrub with lots of pink, 2-sleeve pockets and a floral design at the waist that makes it look just like a shirt you would wear on any non-work day

The L.A. Rose Carnivale Sash Mock Wrap Scrub Top: This white v-neck with side slits and pink sash with retro flowers give a stylish twist to your scrub wardrobe.

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