The best scrubs you will ever wear! - Figs Scrub Review

Thursday, December 15, 2016


A little over a year ago now, I had my first experience with Figs Scrubs. Since then, I have continued to wear their scrubs as well as purchase some of their everyday wear. I currently have the down vest, but have my eye on that fleece jacket. The pockets look absolutely amazing!





Not much has changed with Figs in the year. They still continue to make ridiculously soft scrubs that are fashionable and practical for work. I know a lot of times they focus more on targeting doctors, but their pockets are just as great for us nurses! My only complaint is that my MD Pocket Nursing Edition Clipboard does not fit in any of the pockets! Maybe next year!



As the holidays are fast approaching, I know many of us are trying to fulfill our holiday give-backs that we may have been slacking on throughout the year. Figs, on the other hand, is well prepared to give back to medical professionals with low-resources through their threads for threads program. For every set of scrubs sold, FIGS gives a set to a healthcare provider in need. That means as you are shopping to stock up your own closet with goodies, you are also giving a scrub set to someone in need. Thus far, they have donated over 92,000 scrubs to over 26 different countries. How neat is that!


I am in total love with not only this company, but the amazing products they sell. I am wearing the Isabela two-pocket scrub top in deep royal blue and the Fizi skinny scrub pants in deep royal blue.
Both are very comfortable, flattering, and work-worthy!

Make sure to visit their website here or follow them on Instagram @wearfigs.





1 comment

  1. Like you said, I think they target doctors the most For some reason they can't get enough of medical Myanne...smh. Do they just contact people to be an affiliate or can you apply? Thanks In advance.

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