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Monday, June 8, 2009

Fashion forward in scrubs

If you work in an environment that has a strict corporate dress code or one where you're required to wear a uniform then you've probably noticed that a lot of people are deciding to personalize their look. Individuality and being fashion forward are no longer frowned upon so it's time to embrace that same mindset even if you wear scrubs to work everyday.

It's especially fun to let your individuality show during the summer months. Just because Scrubs are comfortable does not mean they have to be drab. If you wear scrubs to work there are ways to make yourself feel just as stylish and put together as your friend who works at a local magazine or the corporate cutie you know who travels the world. That's why at ScrubsMag.com there is fashion advice that is definitely worth following.

For instance, Anita Bruzzese, who wrote the article "Looking Great in Scrubs," recommends ensuring that your scrubs fit properly, utilizing accessories and investing in a good haircut. These tips, along with others, can make the difference between just throwing your scrubs on for work and dressing for work in a way that makes you feel confident and individualistic.

You don't have to take my word for it. Check out ScrubsMag.com, the nurses guide for good living, for more information about fashion, beauty, love, money and a lot more.

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