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The Best Women’s Scrubs for Every Size

Learn how to find the best women’s scrubs for every size with Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

When you’re putting in double shifts at the hospital, you need dependable, durable scrubs. At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we understand that working in the medical field requires the best scrubs for the job. That’s why we carry scrubs for women and men from trusted brands like Dickies and Carhartt. With a little help, you can find the best women’s scrubs to help you get the job done.

the best women's scrubs for every size
At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we understand you work hard in the medical field and you expect your scrubs to do the same. That’s why we offer durable, dependable nursing scrubs for women in every size.

1. Combine Comfort and Style

When you’re working a long shift, you want to be comfortable. Women’s scrubs from Blain’s Farm & Fleet combine ultimate comfort with durability and style. While scrubs were originally designed for comfort, they’ve come a long way in terms of style. You don’t have to look boxy and unkempt. Scrubs can actually be flattering, especially if you pick a style that works well with your body type.

If you’re full-figured, you’ll want to go with an empire waist or mock wrap scrubs top. You should also opt for darker colors. If you carry more weight on the top than the bottom, it’s a good idea to wear the same color scrubs top and scrubs pants. The same colors will help elongate your body. If the majority of your weight is on the lower half of your body, an empire waist or mock wrap will work for you. Also keep in mind that there are v-neck and crew neck options for scrubs. Overall, dress in what makes you feel comfortable.

2. Choose the Best Fabric

Most nursing scrubs are made from 100% cotton, a cotton/polyester blend or a rayon/polyester blend. Cotton and cotton/polyester blends are durable and comfortable. You can also opt for scrubs with a polyester/spandex blend. The spandex makes it easier to bend and move in the scrubs, while the polyester helps them remain durable.

3. Dress for the Job

This may seem obvious, but you need to dress for the job. Hospitals typically have a color code when it comes to scrubs. Each department may have a different assigned color, or differ between patient care personnel, such as physical therapists or nurses. Each institution can have a different code, so check with your workplace.

At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we carry scrubs for women of all shapes and sizes. We have petite scrubs, misses scrubs and women’s scrubs. When you’re in the right scrubs tops and pants, you’ll feel your best and then you can work your best.


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