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'Koi' collection for fashion minded medical professional
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Aug '08
Scrubs & Beyond, a leader in the retail nurses scrubs industry, unveils new shades, prints, and styles to its current collection of Koi scrubs. The variety of the Koi collection continues to make it a favorite for the fashion first medical professional.

As a response to the popularity of the Koi line, Scrubs & Beyond now offers orchid, navy, and lilac to its growing scrub color pallet. For the fashion minded medical professional seeking patterns in her wardrobe, there are eleven new prints to choose from in the Koi line. The patterns are easy to pair with the wide range of pant colors available at Scrubs & Beyond. Mixing and matching solids and patterns allows any medical professional unlimited fashion options and scrub combinations.

The soft wearing feel of Koi nurse scrubs does not miss a beat on style or comfort. Most of the scrubs are made with a lightweight, easy wearing cotton/polyester blend fabric. The styles are both comfortable to wear and easy to care for, especially for the busy medical professional.

This fall, Koi has created a smart collection of navy and orchid separates that was designed exclusively for Scrubs & Beyond. Each style is full of unexpected details and the fit is fabulous! The collection includes an adorable jacket with a back tie for a perfect fit. The three quarter length tee has ultra hip styling and a tagless neck for ultimate comfort. Mix and match any of the scrub tops and scrub pants for a unique look every day.

Koi scrubs are a result of the talents and ingenuity of designer Kathy Peterson. After years of designing for clothing giants such as Guess, Carole Little, and Barco Uniforms, Peterson created her own line of scrubs for the fashion minded medical professional.

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