It is the petite version of Cherokee 4020 - drawstring scrub pants. It has a composition of durable yet breathable fabric and carries the same performance features that you need at work.
- Low rise with an elastic waist drawstring pant
- Two front pockets, a d-ring on the left cargo pocket, an extra cargo pocket and one scissor pocket
- Leg seaming detail at the knee, five belt loops and triple needle stitching for added detail
- Inseam length: 28.5" (inches)
- Cherokee work wear's Women's Product
- Available sizes: XXS to XL
- 65% Poly/35% Cotton w/Soil Release
From the Desk of Scrubs Stylist:
Most petite women in the healthcare industry find it difficult to shop for scrub pants for their size. Styles designed for taller women would not give the appropriate fit; buying tall scrub pants near your size could still involve a visit to your tailor. Fortunately, Cherokee medical uniforms offer a full line of petite scrub pants. CH-4020P - Cherokee Workwear women four pockets petite drawstring scrub pants is a must have for petite ladies in the healthcare industry. Similar to any Cherokee scrubs pants, this style is designed to be functional and stylish. It is a modern fit with a low rise design. It is quite modish with its leg seaming detail on the knee. It is also styled with five belt loops, and triple needle top stitching for added details.
The functionality of this high quality yet cheap scrub pants can not be ignored. It comes with two cargo style front pockets, a D-ring on the left cargo pocket and an added cargo pocket and a special pocket for your scissors and similar tools. These varied pockets are capable of storage for your important hospital paraphernalia and personal items.
Absolute inseam length is 28.5 inches perfect for petite women. Anyone can also consult the Cherokee women size chart. Just remember to measure straight from the base of the crotch seam to your shoe top. You can select from 33 varied colors, to complement your skin tone, in sizes XXS to XL.
The unique fabrication of this solid scrub makes it easy for fabric care. It has a composition of polyester-cotton blend that has soil release features. This particular kind of material is commonly used for medical uniforms because of its durability and easy care. It is best to use lukewarm water and mild detergent in washing these scrub pants. Use color-safe bleach for washing off hard stains. Fabric conditioner is also best during the final rinse. Iron on the dull side.
This trendy scrub pants would look perfectly well with a scrub top from the same brand collection. Choosing the same brand will make confident that you will enjoy the same quality of color and comfort. For instance, CH-4770 - Cherokee workwear women short sleeve snap front nurse scrub top is a good choice. This Cherokee scrub top features set-in sleeves with two large pockets where you can keep all the necessary instruments keeping your hands free. Fabric Care
Coordinates and Recommendations
This trendy scrub pants would look perfectly well with a scrub top from the same brand collecton. Choosing the same brand will make certain that you will enjoy the same quality of color and comfort. For instance, CH-4770 - Cherokee workwear women short sleeve snap front nurse scrub top is a good choice. This Cherokee scrub top features set-in sleeves with two large pockets where you can keep all the basic instruments keeping your hands free.
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How to Measure
How to Measure: Determining the accurate size for your body is half the struggle. A perfect fit scrub does not only look smart and professional but also keeps you comfortable for thise long tiring days. Grab a measuring tape and get started. Make sure you grab the tape straight and snug not tight to your body.
- A. Waist: Keep the tape loose and measure around your natural waistline.
- B. Hip: Stand with your heels together and measure around the fullest part of your hip.
- C. Length: Measure from where the shoulder meets the neck to the bottom hem of the garment.
- D. Inseam: Measure from the crotch to the bottom.