Urbane… Scrubs for nurses by nurses

June 17, 2015

Urbane Scrubs tells us their story: Urbane Scrubs is one of the first companies to pioneer fashionable scrubs for nurses by nurses. Founded by two critical care nurses in Dallas, Texas—Traci and Angela—Urbane Scrubs was inspired by the lack of modern uniforms available in the marketplace for working professionals. Starting with a small group of local seamstresses, Traci and Angela took it upon themselves to supply uniforms for their friends and co-workers. The goal: to offer nurses uniforms that were both functional and flattering.

Almost a decade later, Urbane is still growing strong. We remain focused on our founding principles of creating stylish yet functional uniforms made for nurses by nurses. With an enthusiastic and loyal fan base as the genesis of our design inspiration, Urbane thrives on innovation and—most of all—on making our customers look and feel beautiful.

One of their designer lab coats is the Urbane Scrubs Women’s Lab Jacket. This lab coat features innovative sleeve features hidden stockinette cuffs to keep sleeves out of the way, high collarless neckline, signature button closure, princess seams, set-in waistband, four lower pockets and back fitted darts and vent. It is made with 65% polyester/35% cotton and is 31” long.

Here’s a review from our customer Krissi in Peculiar, MO

5 stars Stylish and practical!

This jacket is fantastic! Wish the pics showed more detail…there is the cutest hot pink and orange urbane print inside the neckline and pockets. It’s slimming and comfortable. I’m an RN in an ICU and like that this is professional yet fresh and so practical! I always push up my sleeves (can’t stand them around my wrists, plus they can get dirty) so the soft, hidden stockinette allows me to easily push up my sleeves and they stay in place! The pockets are large and deep…this is just all around wonderful! For reference: I’m 5’6″ 115lbs and XS fits great (runs true to size…not large like some urbane scrub items).

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