Friday, October 28, 2011

Put Your Best Foot Forward - in Scrubs!

Medical scrubs for vet techs, dental practices and nursing scrubs are comfortable, but aren't typically particularly flattering or fashionable. The patterns range from cupcakes and unicorns to a standard medical green (orange, purple, or even basic black just does not exist).

Blue Sky Scrubs was developed as an answer to life's fashion woes, not to mention the safety concerns of just too much material hanging under the arms. The contrast-stitch pockets adds a bit of detail. The uniforms come in a wide range of sizes rather than simply "Small-Medium-Large." Sizes accommodate women with a size as small as a 28" bust measurement, with the largest size accommodating a woman (check the selection here: with a 48" or man with a 50" chest measurement.

The collection features highly washable all cotton scrubs in a tight, but fashionable range of colors for men, women and children (yes, including black). Colors such as red, pink, blue, green, gray and purple are in stock for women, and navy, black, blue, gray and ceil blue for men.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Don't Wait 'Til Boxing Day for A Break on Boxers

Fanciful boxer shorts are sometimes a go-to gift for not just your sweetheart, but trendy young men on your Christmas list. There is nothing untoward or misconstrued about giving boxers with polar bears or Christmas trees on them. Aeropostale as a few selections in their Santa stash for when you buy all the young ladies night shirts or footies and are looking for something for your brother or nephew. Choose from mens boxers in plaids inked in nontraditional colorways, penguins, deer heads and of course, polar bears. On the left, enjoy "Flipping Out" with Penguins which comes in Kelly Green.

As of this writing, they are all are 3 for $22.00

It used to be an age-old dilemma for women...the faux pas of wearing a darker brassiere than one's blouse. What exactly is the rule for wildly colored and dark mens boxers? It may be to simply avoid wearing them with your Palm Springs white linen pants. Sadly, the tradition of being pressed and ironed sometimes is lost in a sea of baggy rapper pants, where its the appearance of the waistband, worn so publicly, is more debated. Or possibly apparently not.