Online Lifestyle Magazine for Healthcare Workers by Pulse Uniform

Cherokee Scrubs Ramps Up with New Baby Phat Prints

After settling with simple nursing scrubs designs for quite some time, Cherokee Baby Phat decides to ramp up with prints. From the solid colors accentuated with contrast pipes and side panels, the popular fashion scrub line recently introduced fresh printed scrubs. The new Cherokee Baby Phat now prides with floral, leaf, figure, animal, and classic prints with the twist of contemporary touch. Even the use of laces and insets are done is such an epic manner that would set a trend for new generation of print nursing scrubs.

Let’s take a look at some of the highlights in the new Cherokee scrubs line. First off is the peachy floral print scrub. The very first thing that you’ll notice about it is its cheeky color that looks very soothing rather than loud. The grey background tones down the bright peach color, and even the yellow accent at the midriff. Further, the black color near the hemline balances the white-peach combination at the upper portion of the bodice. And for a unique twist, the said nursing scrub is added with black contrast band around the neck leveled at the set-in sleeves.

Seems the Cherokee Baby Phat did a great job in creating an excellent color combination with the first item. In our second nursing scrub item, we’re still going to see prints. This time, Cherokee is taking us a level up with the product that showcases mastery with mixing classic figures with seemingly-clashing bright colors. Imagine how you would be able to pull of fuchsia pink and citrus pop together. But here’s not just one but two nursing scrubs, lovely in its coordinating colors that also include black and white. And with the Greek-inspired print, we get a divine nursing scrub design.

A more challenging print scrub design emerges with the Cherokee Baby Phat cat walk item. It’s an animal skin print used in place of the solid color centerpiece that have been appearing with stretch knit contrast side panels. But unlike the solid color Cherokee scrubs, cat walk is playing with lagoon color that slowly changes into kiwi, and it comes in patches. Ideally, though, animal prints come in just two coordinating colors. Nonetheless, the result is still exceptional, something that would work well with the fashion sense of our young health care professionals.

Cherokee didn’t stop finding ways to create something unique and exceptional, and it did with the use of macramé lace. From the usual cotton or silk laces, nurses and doctors can now wear something with tribal influence. The ornamental lacy pattern, which was made out of pieces of strings knotted together, looked perfectly classy at the neckline of Kianga printed Cherokee Baby Phat scrub top. And by matching the macramé lace color with one of the coordinating colors, the flow of color was constant and undisrupted.

Post Tagged with ,

About Mecheil Lewis