Detail Oriented

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Any fashionista knows that sometimes it’s all in the details. Delicate ruffles, a well placed hint of lace or a unique collar can make a seemingly plain outfit into one that demands attention. At Tafford, we’ve paid attention to the details and I’d like to share some of my favorite subtle details seen on solid scrub tops and print scrub tops that you can find at Tafford!

Lace Details: I’m a huge fan of lace in my wardrobe and love the subtle femininity that the look can instantly bring to any outfit. I think these two scrub tops have nailed this look in different ways. The White Cross scrub top adds something feminine and unique to your basic white scrub top while the lace detail to the Tafford floral scrub top really enhances the feminine and flirty vibe this print already has!

White Scrub TopFlowers Scrubs








Feminine Ruffles: I’ll be honest..sometimes ruffles scare me. I’ve tried on things where my face has been practically engulfed by ruffles coming from the shoulders or neckline. I’m NOT a fan of really big, frilly ruffles so believe me when I tell you that these ruffles are perfect for a little adding a little bit of femininity and cute without overdoing it. It’s a really conservative usage of ruffles that makes for a really stylish scrub top!

Scrub Top With RufflesPaisley Scrub Top








Interesting Trims: An interesting trim in the right place can really go a long way! I love the look of this geometric scrub top with a grommet trim. It’s so stylish and modern! Additionally, I love the placement of black and print trims on this Mary Engelbreit scrub top. It’s playful and looks excellent with the body of the top.

Trendy ScrubsMary Engelbreit Scrub Top









Which subtle detail is your favorite that we’ve featured? Any details we’ve missed that you think would look great incorporated into a scrub top?

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