Virtually no one looks as good in scrubs in
real life as they do on those television shows. In fact, most look a lot worse.
Whether you favor pewter scrubs or the classic blue or green or any other
color, scrubs in a medical setting are less about fashion choices than they are
about utility. Scrubs let everyone know who medical staff is, are loose fitting
to allow for working with patients, protect medical staff from germs and
infections, and are durable because providing medical care can be very
strenuous. If you're looking for a line of scrubs and are stuck between
Cherokee or Grey's Anatomy scrubs, here are the main differences.
The classic look of the television series
lends itself well to the medical environment. That probably is why they were
selected as the signature clothing for television. You, however, work in real
life and you need real life scrubs that can stand up to the rigors and stress
of everyday life in a medical setting. The Gray's Anatomy Professional Wear by
Barco is designed to be incredibly soft, yet durable, so you can wear it like a
second skin. No matter what you face or how long the shift, the Grey's Anatomy
Professional Wear by Barco line of nursing scrubs in Dallas, TX, will help you
do your job with ease and look while doing it.
The Authentic Cherokee Workwear Originals
and Premium are “built for lasting comfort." These scrubs are durable,
resilient, comfortable, and stylish. Made for daily wear, these scrubs more
than hold up to the medical environment. They also will remain in good shape
for far longer than most scrubs. If you're looking for scrubs in Dallas, TX,
Cherokee scrubs will more than exceed your expectations.
Both pairs of scrubs are known for
durability, extreme comfort, very tight fits and being ultra “stretchy," which
allows for washing and drying them repeatedly. In general, Grey's Anatomy
scrubs have a reputation for shrinking during the first few washes, but not so
much as to rule them out. Both pairs are backed by leaders in the industry,
which means they will last no matter how rigorous your job.
Whether you choose Grey's Anatomy or
Cherokee scrubs, you will be getting a pair of work clothes that are good
looking, stylish, durable, resilient, and very comfortable. What you choose or
prefer is solely subjective and with either, you cannot go wrong. Both types
come in classic colors including
pewter scrubs or
blue as well as other, more vivid colors.