The White Swan Brands Division of Encompass Group, LLC Introduces the Jockey® Solid Illusion™ Collection – Subtle Prints with the Look of a Solid Color

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With the introduction of Jockey® Solid Illusion™ Collection, the White Swan Brands Division of Encompass Group, LLC is introducing a whole new dimension in solid-color scrubs.

With the introduction of Jockey® Solid Illusion™ Collection, the White Swan Brands Division of Encompass Group, LLC is introducing a whole new dimension in solid-color scrubs. The Solid Illusion Collection will offer a choice of two embossed-look styles: Animal, available now, and Teardrop, available next quarter.

Subtle, tone-on-tone treatments give the illusion of a print pattern, but meet solid dress codes in most healthcare settings. Now nurses and healthcare professionals can abide by dress codes, but still have some fun with style in the workplace. These new tops can be mixed with solid-color Jockey® Scrubs pants.

Increasingly, hospitals and healthcare facilities are adopting color-coded scrub uniform programs to help patients, families, staff and visitors easily identify nurses, doctors, techs, aides and other provider positions at a glance.

“We conducted an informal survey of 600 nurses and found that more than 60% of respondents said that their place of employment had a designated a solid-color-coded scrub program. Most of the respondents indicated that they were required to wear Blue, and half of those said specifically Navy. The other common colors were Black, White, Green, Grey or Purple,” said Janice Larson, Vice President of Clinical Resources for Encompass.

“With the new Jockey Solid Illusion Collection, nurses can have the best of both worlds. The subtle dimension of Solid Illusion scrubs is an unexpected twist on everyday solid scrubs. Solid Illusion scrubs give nurses and healthcare professionals the option to add a touch of style without violating solid-color-scrub dress codes.”

Solid Illusion scrubs are made with a tri-blend fabric of 72% polyester, 21% rayon, and 7% spandex for a comfortable feel, and easy, wrinkle-free laundering.

The Animal style’s clean-finished mock-wrap top has princess lines. Two oversized patch pockets are great for storing often-needed items, plus there’s a third, secure, inside pocket. Side venting keeps the top looking great with every movement. Sizes range from XXS to 5X. Available colors include Black, Teal, New Navy, Royal, Purple, and Shocking Pink, with additional colors to come in January.

The Teardrop style features a shaped-band V-neck top with three angled pockets and side vents. Sizes range from XXS to 3X. New colors being introduced in January will include Berry, Eggplant, Turquoise, Royal, and Galaxy.

For more information on the Solid Illusion Collection, visit http://www.jockey-scrubs.com, or call 800-222-3834.

About White Swan Brands

White Swan Brands is the retail division of Encompass Group, LLC. White Swan Brands is a family of professional apparel brands designed to meet the needs of the healthcare and food service industry. Founded in 1916, the White Swan Brands currently consists of Jockey® Scrubs, BIO (Bring It On), Fundamentals, META Labwear, Five-Star Chef Apparel and A.M.P.S. Performance Wear. Jockey Scrubs are licensed through Jockey International, Inc. For more information, please visit http://www.whiteswanbrands.com, email info(at)encompassgroup(dot)net, or call at 800-222-3834.

About Jockey International, Inc

Founded in 1876, Jockey International, Inc. is a privately held company with headquarters in Kenosha, Wis. Today, Jockey apparel products are sold in major department and specialty stores in more than 140 countries around the world. Jockey is committed to quality, comfort, fashion and innovation. As Jockey grows, the simple commitment to serve our consumers’ needs continues to be our company’s hallmark. Need more Jockey in your life? Shop us at Jockey.com, call or text us at 1-800-JOCKEY1, visit our blog, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube.

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