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Measuring for that perfect scrub fit

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Want to have great fitting medical scrubs? Learn how to measure properly.

Want to have great fitting medical scrubs? Learn how to measure properly.

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  • 1. Measuring For That Perfect Fit! Be Sure You Measure To Get The Best Fit For Your Medical Scrubs Every Brand Has A Different Fit So Be Sure To Check Each Brand’s Size ChartBy Fancy Scrubs.com, May 2012
  • 2. First – Relax!• Grab a tape measure• Chest - Exhale and then measure your chest area first – measuring under your arms around the fullest part of your chest.• Waist – Keep the tape loose and measure around your natural waistline - bend forward. The crease that forms (above your belly button but below your ribcage) is your natural waist.• Length – Measure your inseam by standing with your feet slightly apart and measure from your crotch to the bottom of the leg. Many brands now offer petite and tall – why go to the tailor if you can order the correct length?
  • 3. Then Order Your New Scrubs• Check each brand page if the size chart is not on the product itself.• Some brands like Gelscrubs run a little small, order the next size up.• If you have never ordered a particular brand of uniforms, be sure to measure so you can avoid returns and exchanges. Not all brands pay for the exchange or returns.

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