The funny side of fashion
Back in 1994, Jerry Seinfeld published a very amusing book entitled ‘SeinLanguage’ where he made distinct observations about life. His book brought us his hilarious perspectives from Raisinettes to relationships, from childhood to cop shows and parents to powers suits.
One joke that featured in both the book and his stand-up shows is about future fashion. Jerry starts by telling us that he hates clothes, how he hates buying them, picking them out from his closet, and the painful ritual of attempting to find outfits for himself every day.
According to Jerry, in the future, fashion will not exist. He points out that whenever he watches a movie or TV show about the future the characters, whether human or extra-terrestrial are all wearing the same thing. “Somehow they decided this is going to be our outfit” Jerry explains. “One-piece silver jumpsuit, v stripe and boots, that’s it” he adds.
According to Jerry this is a great idea and “We should all vote for an outfit for Earth.” He coins the phrase ‘Earth Outfit’. He goes on to say that “Candidates propose different outfits, no speeches. They walk on, twirl and walk off, and we could all sit in the audience, clap and say that’s nice; I could wear that.”
In another joke Jerry talks about Star Trek and the infamous jumpsuit uniforms worn by the entire crew. He suggests in the future when encountering alien life, that if we all wear the same uniform it will give a favourable impression to the aliens that we are a team.
These are hilarious jokes, but there is a serious side to Jerry’s logic which brings us back to fashion, work uniforms and first impressions.
What does your uniform say about you?
All jokes aside, today’s modern health professional is fully aware that their work apparel, usually consisting of scrub top and scrub pants must give a good first impression that’s says I work in a team, I’m a professional, I feel comfortable and I look modern and stylish. This is a lot to convey at a glance, but it is exactly what you will be saying when you own a set of scrubs or a uniform by Mediscrubs.
Uniforms and Apparel
Uniforms are a great team-building resource for your staff, and they can improve overall customer service as well as brand awareness. Company uniforms make it easy for buyers to locate employees in a crowd, cutting down on response time. Uniforms also benefit client satisfaction by extending awareness of your company both during and outside of work hours. Employees who wear uniforms with a company’s logo and colours allow your business to become instantly recognisable by local customers.
Who are Mediscrubs?
Mediscrubs is an Australian owned business and we design and supply our very own brand of scrubs and medical workwear for health professionals. Our range includes but is not limited to scrubs, lab wear, tunic tops, maternity wear, jackets and gowns. Our clientele work in public and privately-owned hospitals, veterinary practices, dental surgeries, universities, aged care homes, childcare centres and research laboratories.
How Mediscubs can help you?
Mediscrubs carry our own inventory all year round, which can be purchased right off the rack, or we can help you design uniforms unique to your business. With fourteen solid colours and eighteen trim colours to choose from and offering our own inhouse embroidery service, Mediscrubs can do it all in one easy process!
Are your scrubs Mediscrubs?
This is the question every Australian health care professional should ask themselves when it’s time to buy new medical scrubs. Mediscrubs is one of the most famous brands in the world and a brand that you can trust.
When you buy a Mediscrubs uniform online you know that you are buying a product of the highest quality. You will be confident knowing that Mediscrubs will fit just right meaning that you will not only look your best but will be comfortable while you work. Mediscrubs has changed the purchasing behaviour and mindsets of modern healthcare professionals. At Mediscrubs we like to say that the highest standards didn’t exist, so we created them. WELCOME TO Mediscrubs. – Penny Dacey