Is comfort your thing? Then look no further. One of our product testers described this set to be as comfortable like “silk pajamas.” Sounds dreamy, doesn’t it? The Jockey Ladies Scrub Set Zipper Pocket Top and Front Tied Zipper Pant set are light and easy to move around in. Soft and slightly fitted at the […]
Is comfort your thing?
Then look no further.
One of our product testers described this set to be as comfortable like “silk pajamas.”
Sounds dreamy, doesn’t it?
The Jockey Ladies Scrub Set Zipper Pocket Top and Front Tied Zipper Pant set are light and easy to move around in.
Soft and slightly fitted at the waist, these scrubs are flattering to figures--even one that has “seen better days,” one reviewer joked.
This set is durable too.
They’re made of quality fabric--Jockey’s “Tri-blend” of 72% polyester, 21% rayon, 7% spandex.
Longtime owners report that even after a few years of being laundered, the color still doesn’t fade or wash out.
Even better, these scrubs don't wrinkle when washed.
The manufacturer suggests the scrubs be machine washed in cold water on the gentle cycle with similar colors before tumbling them dry on low.
Even though these scrubs are “limited” in color selection, numerous testers state they definitely plan to buy more.
The top has a V-neckline, two patch pockets, and an invisible nylon zipper on one of the patch pockets to create an angled cell-phone pocket.
It also has side slits.
Measuring about 28.5” long in the medium size, the top is long enough to provide ample coverage.
The bottom has a half elastic back and half drawstring front. It features a total of four pockets: two front angled pockets, one cargo pocket, and one angled cell-phone pocket with a zipper on the cargo pocket.
The pants flare slightly at the bottom.
A few reviewers feel the pants are a little small through the hips.
What does this all mean?
The Jockey Ladies Scrub Set receives mixed reviews on its fit.
Some people think it fits is just right while others feel it runs a bit small or large.
One 5’4” wearer states it’s a good fit for her frame.
Another person finds the set’s cut rather straight and a bit snug. That suggests those with curves reconsider or order one size up.
A 5'7" reviewer who weighs 146 pounds finds the top “very big” for a slim person, yet the pants somewhat short for a tall person.