If you’re a big purse person (you know who you are) and you wear medical scrubs, this post is for you. This post is for anyone who has everything from band-aids to books in their purse, hair brushes to hair spray. This post is for all of you who are consistently prepared, ready for anything and have the supplies to prove it.
These pants are the perfect example of how function and fashion combine in medical uniforms. They offer a little bit of extra room in your medical uniform that other pants don’t. I know it’s not the equivalent of the storage space in your big purse, but you are at work, you don’t really need a book or hairspray in there.
The first and most obvious factor that differentiates these medical scrubs is the sling pocket. I like this because it reminds me of a more feminine version of the traditional cargo pocket (not that cargo pants can’t be feminine, see these cargo pants for a great example). What’s great about this pocket, besides its feminine appeal, is that it’s detachable. Wear it when you need it, remove it when you don’t. Either way you’ll still be outfitted in a stylish medical uniform. When you are wearing it, there’s a button on the leg of the pants to secure it to.
Second, the waist on these scrubs is extremely flattering. It’s has the appearance of a tailored look, but the barely there side zipper allows you to comfortably slip in and out of them, just like you would with any other apparel scrubs (another pair of scrubs with a similar waist is the Marissa Pant by Koi).
Third, the color options available are totally versatile. They’re all fairly neutral shades so you aren’t limited to what you can wear them with. You probably have designer nursing scrubs in your closet right now that would match a pair of these pants perfectly.
So if you’re a big purse person, you might want to consider trying out a pair of these Urbane pants. Select the most important items to get you through your workday, fill up your pockets and get your day started!
So what do you think about these scrubs? Is lots of pocket space important to you or could you get through your day with none? And do you like how Urbane combines fashion and function on these scrub uniforms or would you have done it differently?