Men Request More Fashionable Medical Scrubs and Nursing Scrubs

Many medical scrubs and nursing scrubs companies have added a new line of scrubs to their collection – men’s scrubs.  Nursing Scrubs manufacturers worldwide have received requests from medical personnel around the globe to help men look better at work. 

Because medical scrubs retailers should always take into consideration the requests that come in from hospital staff, nurses, doctors, dentists, veterinarians, and anyone in the medical field who is required to wear nursing scrubs and/or medical scrub hats, many small companies have began manufacturing their own medical scrubs.  For example, looking at current fashion outside of medicine, a small Austin-based company decided upon a slightly flare-legged, slimming scrub bottom that sat lower on the hips, similar to 7 for All Mankind low rise jeans. Taking into consideration that rarely do women wear jeans with just one pocket in the back, the scrubs company  placed two stitched pockets on the backside, which immediately created a leaner look than other scrubs.  And, rather than the unflattering elastic waist-band, they added a coordinating ribbon that ties at the waist. Designing the nursing scrub top was simple – a tapered shirt for women always looks better than a boxy shirt, and with one stitched pocket on the upper left-hand side of their flattering scrub top, they released their first line of medical scrubs, now known as Original scrubs. The first color, ceil blue, was so popular that navy, black, and grey were quickly added.   While watching many scrubs companies add new colors almost quarterly, men have realized that they were being neglected in medical fashion.  

The design process for the specialty men’s medical scrubs took almost a year to complete. But finally, the men’s scrubs bottoms now feature a low rise pant and also are made with the same soft, wrinkle-resistant fabric that is also used for the women’s designer nursing scrubs.  With one pocket in the back and a classic white tie in the front, the scrub pants are bound to turn heads. Men may not care for stitching and a tapered top, so the pocket on the top left-hand side of the shirt is sans stitching and the scrub top is not tapered. Even without the stitching, these medical scrubs are still more fashionable than the hospital scrubs that are currently available through other companies. After finally releasing scrubs for men, many nursing scrubs manufacturers found that their fashionable men’s scrubs were out of stock almost immediately. The once small nursing scrubs company wasn’t sure how the line would do once it was made available through the website. However, they began receiving both compliments and requests. Many men have expressed interest in having the custom-stitched pockets, so this is something that may be offered in the future, along with expanding the currently available colors. Grey is the most popular color for men’s scrubs.  

The design teams are always working hard, trying to keep up with the demand.  Rumor has it that the next product release from small specialty scrubs companies will be a special line of nursing scrubs made specifically from the requests of nurses who love the designer scrubs, but also need strategically-placed pockets at the bottom of the scrub top.  

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