Show us your scrubs
I love celebrating people who do great things in the world. And now, with thanks to NNT, I have the chance to spend some time with a special person who works in the healthcare field. For this very important person, they will receive a styling session followed by a yummy lunch with me! It’s really simple to enter, so keep reading to find out how. Anyone who dedicates their career to caring for others, qualifies as a person who does great things in the world and deserves a day shopping and lunching!
Now, something else I am passionate about. Uniforms. I’m serious. When I got to go uniform shopping for my son who started school this year, I was disappointed that none of it came in my size!! If I could wear a uniform to my job I would. In fact, I think I might talk to the good people of NNT to make everyone in my team wear one….oh, it’s going to be so great!!!
Alas, even though I’m not currently wearing a uniform for my job, for those of you who work in the healthcare industry you know all about wearing scrubs everyday. Here is where I want to talk to you about Active Scrubs. They are a new product from NNT inspired by active wear to make going to work every day super comfortable and now…stylish. Active Scrubs are breathable, functional and feature an antibacterial finish to protect you from odour and bacteria. Having confidence in what you wear is something everyone deserves, and these scrubs look great on!
Here is where you guys get the chance to meet me for lunch and a styling session and also win yourself a pair of the Active Scrubs! Simply, take a snap of yourself wearing your scrubs and post it to instagram tagging @NNTUniforms and #ShowUsYourScrubs – it’s that easy!
Ok, get to it people! Tell your nurse and doctor friends to get posting – I want to celebrate their good work by spoiling them for a day!
This is a sponsored post brought to you by NNT, you can find out more details on the Active scrubs range and find out where to buy here: http://www.nnt.com.au/scrubs
Huge thanks to my beautiful sister-in-law (to be really soon) Tash, who is a real life nurse, for loaning her awesomeness to this shoot.