Freshen Up Your Look with Stylish T-shirts

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Layering NEVER goes out of style, especially in the nursing world. T-shirts can provide warmth in a chilly clinic, give a little more modesty to a v-neck top, or simply offer an amazing new look to an old outfit! So there’s really no downside to expanding your workwear closet with a few t-shirt options from beloved scrub brands like Med Couture, WonderWink, and Healing Hands.

Med Couture

Bright colors. Soft feel. Great fit. The Med Couture Long Sleeve Tee Shirt encompasses these features in one classic round-neck tee. Little details like cover stitching for durability and the extra-long cuff set this long-sleeve shirt apart from others like it. And we absolutely adore the little cuff embellishment! Even better, Med Couture regularly releases new color options to keep this favorite t-shirt fresh!

WonderWink

Looking for something with shorter sleeves? WonderWink makes short-sleeve shirts and camisoles without sleeves to provide you with a few lighter summer options. For instance, the WonderWink Silky Knit Short Sleeve Tee is an alternative to the popular long-sleeve version of the same silky shirt. It retains the unbelievably soft rayon/spandex feel for the ultimate in scrub luxury. Or, consider the WonderWink Seamless Camisole for an underscrub layer. It fits snugly on your curves and has adjustable straps for a custom fit.

Healing Hands

Rounding out the t-shirts selection is the soft, stretchy, and slim Healing Hands Stretch Melissa Tee. The cotton/polyester/spandex blend feels great beneath your scrubs, but can also be worn on its own for a sweet everyday look! The slightly slim silhouette flatters the figure, too.

With so many colorful and comfortable t-shirt choices, it’s tough to choose! Feel free to contact Tafford if you have any questions, and we’ll guide you toward your next favorite outfit

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