Something Wickedly Fashionable This Way Comes

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With October right around the corner, kids everywhere are getting excited for the free candy and costume celebration on Halloween. But Halloween isn’t just for kids; it’s a holiday of quirky fun, silly superstition, and showing your Halloween spirit! What better way to celebrate than donning festive Halloween print scrubs?

Whether you work a Halloween shift, or just in the days around the end of the month of October, you can share your excitement with scrubs like the Tafford Sugar Skulls Crossover Top or the Scaredy Cat 2-Pocket Scrub Top. The crossover top features candy confections popular for celebrating the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos), and embraces the sweet fun expected from Halloween. The vibrant shapes, patterns, and flowers aren’t the only thing to love about this unexpected print; the flamingo pink trim and pockets add nice accents, not to mention the side slits for a more flattering shape. Likewise, the Scaredy Cat Scrub Top is tailored for body size and shape in each size. The front pockets provide storage for treats, while the cats, jack-o-lanterns, and skulls in the print play plenty of tricks!

halloween scrubs

And, finally, what would Halloween be without bats? We love the orange Cherokee Bats Knit Burnout Tee for a cute layered look. Simply wear it beneath a short-sleeved scrub top for a bright Halloween look! This stylish shirt also comes in black and white for more versatility if you want to make more than one Halloween outfit for the season.

It’s spooky just how quickly this year has ghosted by! Don’t let the fun of Halloween escape; check out the great Halloween-themed medical wear options available through Tafford. Adorable, kooky, and fashionable prints like these don’t just show off your personal zest for life, they also help make the holiday special for the patients you serve!

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