Nursing Scrubs Uniform Stylist - New Innovative Concept from Pulse Uniform

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Nursing uniforms ideas, how to dress tips, fashion clothing ideas and many other things concerning dressing good in a workplace is an issue now dealt with by Pulse Uniform.

Nursing Uniform Stylist

A screenshot of the form one can use to ask Pulse Uniform'snurisng uniform stylist.

We want to give our customer ideas on what brands they need to wear, on whether cartoon scrubs would be better to wear than Cherokee workwear scrubs or the Dickies hip flip.

“You’d be a fool if you didn’t use your looks to your advantage and make the most with what you’ve got” was what Ken Siegel, a management psychologist, said in an article ¹ published in 2007 at MSNBC to react on the notion that people’s perception on whether a person looks good or not really affects many aspects and cultures in the workplace.

This and many other studies on the same issue motivated Pulse Uniform to eventually conceptualize an idea to help their base of clients look good with the product they buy from the said company. As an apparel industry that sells various brands of nursing scrubs like Cherokee, Dickies, Barco, and many others, giving uniforms ideas to customers is really a market breakthrough. This year, the company unveils an innovative concept: The Nursing Scrubs Uniform Stylist.

“Returns we receive everyday that are due to sizing concerns and color mismatch is a major setback in an industry like ours. We don’t blame our customers for choosing what do not really fit on them but we can always make a way to lower returns by giving them advice about what nursing scrubs would look good on them, would perfectly fit their body structure, and what would rightly fall under their budget,” Rick, VP for Marketing, said about the new concept. “We want to give our customer ideas on what brands they need to wear, on whether cartoon scrubs would be better to wear than Cherokee workwear scrubs or the Dickies hip flip,” he added.

The uniform stylist is very similar to “ask a fashion expert” pages of many fashion magazines and couture shopping sites. The main purpose of this is to provide healthcare practitioners like nurses nursing uniforms ideas, how to dress tips, fashion clothing ideas and many more. Not all products are created equal and their fabrics and hues do not match all the time. Cherokee workwear scrubs maybe offered in a many colors but it does not necessarily match those that what Dickies hip flip are offered with.

“The Uniform Stylist has an understanding of the up-to-the-minute trends in fashion which she then translates in medical apparel fashion. The intricacies of design, color theory, fabrication are just some of the things the stylist is adept at,” said the article in the Pulse Uniform’s Uniform Stylist page.

In addition, the Uniform Stylist can also give ideas on what types of uniforms, the colors, brands, and their corresponding prices to group orders of dental offices, nursing schools and universities, children’s clinics, nursing homes, hospitals, etc. The uniform stylist can offer other services that will suit the needs of the whole team according to the type of uniforms say cartoon scrubs, their customization requirements like logo and embroidery and their budget allocation.

The company can be reached through a 24/7 hotline at 1.866.967.8573 for concerns or questions about their new concept. Their email line is also open for your suggestions or queries at info(at)pulseuniform(dot)com.

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¹ Power of attraction still rules in workplace - Eve Tahmincioglu
msnbc.msn.com/id/17369873/ns/business-careers/t/power-attraction-still-rules-workplace/#.TzoR58X9PnI

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