What do you like? Doctor's white coat, scrubs or nurse's uniform
Mine has to be nurse's uniform
White coat or dark blue scrubs. not keen on green scrubs for some reason
Almost any color scrubs, a lab coat, particularly when she's nicely dressed underneath that labcoat.
Scrub colors are really cool nowadays. I kinda prefer the darker colored scrubs like black.
For the nurse - blue scrub dress, with stockings, heels, and cap. Before any procedures she puts on a surgical gown, long surgical gloves, and mask.
Blue scrubs, with or without labcoat, and nitrile gloves. Masks are optional.
But wearing only nitrile gloves and masks also seem to work for me very well 😃
White or grey labcoat.More recently am using scrubs.Latex and nytrile gloves ( more and more patients allergic to latex...).
While I also love the british traditional nurse uniforms with starched white apron and hats, one of my fav uniforms as to be that worn in the 80s and 90s by the female st johns ambulance brigade. This was similar to the british wpc and wrens uniforms and consisted of black tri corner hat, with a ribbon running round it, black woollen skirt, black tunic, white sshirt and a black tie. For the legs black stockings and a pair of black heels and black leather gloves would give the uniform a nice dom look, especially if worn with heavy makeup, and perhaps a black shoulder bag full of wonderful things to use on patients
Miss the white skirts they used to wear back in the 70s.
As a play Doctor it has to be the long white doctors coat
AS a doctor I want to wear a green or white scrubs and a white lab coat.When my nurse call the patient in I have the mask around my neck. The stetoscope is ready in front of me on the table.
When I start the complete exam I want the patient only to wear a patient gown tied in the back.
Definitely scrubs and labcoat
My doctor wears a white cotton jacket with zipper in the front and a martingale in the back and mandarin collar, she always use her latex gloves to examine me and, when she decides to operate me, she changes her jacket for a special surgical white scrub a surgical mask and latex gloves. I must admit she looks lovely.
I like surgical gloves aprons and hats.
Always take care of cleaning and hygiene.
I am fond of doctors in black scrubs, top tucked in, pants tied tightly at the waist. Over top of that, a full length white lab coat with his name embroidered over the breast pocket. Easily ordered online, I have given them as gifts to playdocs before. And then some cool surgical cap - Grateful Dead, tie dye -- something that shows a little bit of the doctor's personality. Not a fan of the printed scrub tops -- they look childish to me. I was in the ER about a week ago and there was a gorgeous Asian nurse who was about seven months pregnant in black maternity scrubs. I just thought she looked beautiful. Mostly these days clogs have been replaced by sneakers. And in most hospitals, the color of the scrubs indicates the department where you work. I live 3 blocks from a major hospital. Just about everybody around here wears scrubs. I have gone out shopping in them myself. I have burgundy, green, dark blue and light blue. Costco sells them very cheaply. There are also several uniform supply stores nearby a big hospital usually. They are very comfy. And people always look at you in a special kind of way when you are walking down the aisle of the grocery store in scrubs. Like you have just gotten off a double shift in the ER and are heading home for some dinner and relaxation. Little do they know. But in this area, it's easy to blend in and look like a medical professional. One of the reasons I love where I live!
I had an associate - surgeon - who did not wear underwear. Once, one of our sexy female OR circulator nurses, who must have been on to his lack of underwear habit, pulled his tied drawstring, allowing his scrub pants to drop to the floor. All of us nearby got a good laugh and show. Later, he put the nurse into the scrub sink and turned on the faucets. Through her wet scrubs, we could see her panty and bra outlines clearly.
For years after, we laughed about the incident. And it was one of the roast stories when the surgeon retired.
Scrubs for sure. They're comfortable, which is a good thing, and they can have so many pockets for gloves and other props. I like that scrubs come in so many different colors - very fun.
Scrubs for sure because they are the sexiest.
To wear I do love Nurses uniforms... not the current ones I have to wear for work which are more like scrubs but the dresses, I`ve managed to collect quite the collection..... satin, Pvc, Latex, the old white ones plus a few slightly odder one......
For me its the dark blue uk/nhs sisters uniform, dress not tunic. I think the blue dress with belt and buckle with black stockings, wowowow
I was working in a US hospital when women did not wear pants to work and nurses still wore white uniforms and caps and OR nurses wore green scrub dresses, both with white stockings. What I remember is that after a probationary period, the hems on those uniforms and scrub dresses often went from below the knee to (depending on the nurse) up to a couple of inches above the knee. And the uniform material often became much more transparent. Bending over a patient's bedside was often done more for effect than necessity.
I remember in the good old days when you could visit an eating place around a hospital and be greeted with shapely round bottoms wearing white nursing uniform with visible panty lines to enjoy.
For the nurse - blue scrub dress with stockings heels and cap
or white scrub dressand belt
Nurse- blue scrubs or white nurse dress with stockings
Doctor- blue scrubs or khakis, shirt and tie, and white lab coat
Patient- gown (cloth or paper)
I find scrubs (any color) on both the doctor and the nurse to be extremely sexy. The labcoat is optional and I have no feelings about that one way or the other, but that thin scrub material and the v-neck just really turn me on. Scrubs would be even more sexy if the wearer did not wear any underwear, but that does not happen too often it seems. I do remember when I worked at a hospital years ago that a mandate came down from the administration that all employees wearing scrubs must wear underwear underneath. That was a big disappointment when that mandate was issued. I am really not sure what brought on that mandate, but I do know it was never as much fun to see employees in their scrubs after that. Perhaps it turned the patients or other employees on too much.
Love the female doctor or nurse in scrubs of any color, and a lab coat does not hurt either, i don't think i've ever since a nurse in the "traditional" uniform but it could be a nice fit as well.
Nurse in white dress and stockings with cap and stethoscope around her neck. Sorry I'm old fasion. 😃
Classic white nurses dress, with nurses cap and stethoscope around the neck.
Favourite would be the doctor's lab coat over regular clothing. I prefer that to nurse's uniform or scrubs
I like the old scott Howie version of the lab coat: http://mydisguises.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/dr_horrible_example2.jpg
Growing up in the 1960s 70s i think that was the best time for nurse uniforms . Back then nurses were dressed in long nurse dress white piping around collar sleeves starched cotton bib aprons large caps with broderie trim and frilly cuffs over there sleeves not forgetting the fob watch pinned to the apron . They had black stockings and shiny shoes my how smart they were . Today they seem to wear scrubs as there preferred attire this may be easier to work in but to me not as smart or even the respect that the uniform had back then . may i ask other views regards this old fashioned or new . I'm sure there are many nurses on this site that could offer an opinion regards this topic i look forward to any responses that may arise from this topic thank you …..
Going back to the 1950's I remember all nurses had a white dress with white stockings and white shoes.
They all wore a cap and the shape and black stripes on it indicated what school they graduated from.
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