Could your scrub game use some variety? October is the perfect time to have a little fun with work wear if you’re a nurse practitioner. Not only is it time to pull out those fall and winter scrub picks you’ve got stashed away in the back of your closet, it’s an excuse to add some pizazz to everyday duds. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, go pink to support the cause. Whether you’re into solids and basics, making a statement, or all-over graphics, we’ve selected our scrub top awareness faves for NPs. 


1. Blue Sky Solids

Personally, I stick to the solids when it comes to dressing for my nurse practitioner job. But, solids don’t have to be boring. Be bold honor of Breast Cancer awareness with these rosey hues from Blue Sky Scrubs. Not only will the Pink Sorbet and Seraphina Strawberry tops give a pop of color to your wardrobe, the signature pocket detail provides just a touch of something different than most healthcare basics. 

2. koi Ashley Top 

If you’re in the market for something that’s not quite so bright, check out koi’s creation in honor of Breast Cancer. The navy top features a pink ribbon for just a touch of color and recognition for a more understated look. 

3. Cherokee Awareness Print Top 

Hesitant to make a wardrobe investment for a single occasion? Support an array of healthcare causes with this top from Cherokee. Printed with ribbons in a variety of colors, you’re good to go when it comes to year-round recognition of disease. 

4. Dickies Print Round Neck Jacket 

Fall is here and with it comes a chill in the air. Freshen up your scrub collection with a this long-sleeve scrub jacket in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness. Bold colors and design will make a statements all while keeping you warm and cozy. 

5. FIGS Cancer Underscrub

If going ultra-bold and just a little sassy is more your style, FIGS is pushing the limits with this underscrub offering. Pair the cancer-fighting statement with a scrub top to keep warm (and your boss happy). Or, wear the long-sleeve top out to show your commitment to the cause. 


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