BRENTWOOD, MO, Oct 06, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) –
This week Scrubs Beyond, a leader in the medical scrubs industry,
unveiled their 2011 winter catalog. From head-to-toe, trend setting
scrub tops to fashion nursing clogs, Scrubs Beyond presents the
latest fashion trends for fall and winter in their much anticipated
catalog. Since they know scrubs like no one else, here is a look at
the fashions they love now.
Rampage Medical apparel has two new collections that top the hot
trends for winter. There are great new prints Athena and Feline, and
new stretch solids in rich hues to make your journey from fall to
winter a walk in the park.
Denim is a fashion staple for cooler months. Dickie’s denim, featured
in indigo and light blue denim in the Scrubs Beyond winter catalog,
is a great basic for winter to mix-and-match with other Dickies
scrubs like the darling Decor Blue print top. The neutral denim
pallet complements everything from Cherokee’s Disney print scrub tops
to the classic red and black colors from Koi and White Cross.
In the winter catalog, the Scrubs Beyond private label brand
launches new colors for fall like hunter, steel, shocking pink, wine
and ceil. The classic Scrubs Beyond v-neck top paired with the
drawstring flare-leg scrub pants offer a great value option to update
Other new fashion trends are the new top and jacket from Iguana Med
– perfect to pair with your other Iguana Med favorites. Also look
for fabulous new Dansko shoes, including the Arden Nappa and Abby
Nappa or two new on-trend canvas styles, Sanibel Volley and Veida.
With so many new styles, don’t overlook best sellers like the Koi 701
Lindsey pant, the popular Grey’s Anatomy line, and Pink Ribbon items
from Koi, Dansko and Littmann.
Check out the new catalog for all the latest fashion forward medical
uniforms and much more to get you ready for the change in seasons, or
visit Scrubs Beyond at
Corporate Contact Karla Bakersmith 314-961-9494, ext 14 email@example.com
SOURCE: Scrubs Beyond
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